“Dynamometers are one of the most important tools in the automotive performance and tuning industry. However, they can also be one of the most dangerous tools when used improperly by inexperienced technicians,” said Johnny Johnson, The Tuning School’s director of sales. “By partnering with Dynojet Research, The Tuning School can provide hands-on training and experience with the newest dynamometer technology for our students.”
According to Dynojet Research, students who enroll in one of the many hands-on courses offered at The Tuning School headquarters in Odessa, Florida will be able to train on the Dynojet 224xLC, which offers the ease of use of an inertia dyno, along with the advanced testing capabilities of an Eddy current load control dyno.
“Dynojet Research is also excited about the benefits this new partnership provides for our customers,” said Will Fong, Dynojet Research’s dynamometer sales manager. “By partnering with The Tuning School, Dynojet Research will be able to guarantee that our customers have access to the best training courses available. We make world-class dynamometers and we want to ensure our customers have access to the best training in the world. That’s why we are proud to partner with The Tuning School.”
The Tuning School will also offer private operation training classes to shops that own a Dynojet dynamometer.