MAHLE Aftermarket is hosting two informative training seminars focused on ways to enhance vehicle engine performance at the Indiana Convention Center during the first week of December.
The first, registration-only program will be held at the Engine Professional Industry Conference (EPIC), hosted by the AERA Engine Builders Association, on Wednesday, Dec. 6. The second training session will take place at the 2023 Performance Racing Industry (PRI) Show on Friday, Dec. 8.
“Our experienced technical team is extremely well-versed in the development, repair and installation of the industry’s latest aftermarket parts and we are the go-to source for all things related to performance bearings and engines,” said Jon Douglas, president, MAHLE Aftermarket North America. “If you’re planning on attending either of these exclusive industry events in December, I strongly encourage you to attend our trainings.”
Both trainings will feature Dan Begle, MAHLE Aftermarket’s technical sales engineer.
The EPIC presentation will explore the technical operation of engine bearings including wear indicators and how common failures happen.
The PRI seminar, titled “Bearing Trauma and Engine Harmonics,” will focus on the latest engine innovations and how to create a harmonious operation between vehicle components for the optimal end-user experience. It will be co-presented by Begle, Randy Neal, president and owner of CWT Industries, and Kimm Karrip, head of North America corporate research at MAHLE.
The company will also showcase its full line of performance aftermarket parts, including MAHLE pistons, rings, gaskets, CLEVITE engine bearings and shop equipment solutions Dec. 7-9 at the PRI Sow in booth #1601.