DIYAutoTune, a supplier of feature-rich, plug-n-play and professional standalone engine management systems, has named Scott Clark chief calibration engineer.
In 2014, Clark tuned Larry Larson’s twin-turbo Chevy S10, which earned the title “Fastest Street-Legal Car in History” with its record setting 5.95-second quarter mile pass at the Las Vegas Street Car Supernationals, according to an announcement. His projects have scored double-digit Top 10 finishes over the past two years at the Engine Masters Challenge.
Other notable tuning projects include Hot Rod Magazine Drag Week Winners for Jon Huber, Jim Neuenfeldt, Bill Fowler, James McEntire and Jeff McConnell, Keith Berry’s NMRA Radial Wars Champion Corvette, and three current 240-plus-mph Bonneville Land Speed Record vehicles, according to the company.
In 2013, Scott collaborated with Cal Automotive Creations’ Andy Leach, who brought home a prestigious Ridler Award for their multi-million-dollar build of Ron Cizek’s 1940 Business Coupe, Checkered Past.
Scott’s affinity for MegaSquirt Engine Management Systems began more than 10 years ago, as DIYAutoTune was just getting started, according to the company.
“He’s worked with virtually every other major brand of EMS available, as well as flash tunes and others. He now brings all of that experience to the table at DIYAutoTune,” noted Jerry Hoffmann, DIYAutoTune CEO.