The Tuner School summer 2016 students have been assigned their teams for the semester, Meet Team Camaro and Team Mustang. The students were able to baseline chassis dyno test their cars to know what power they are starting with before installing the power adders. It’s an exciting time with an education in high performance!
John Hennessey stopped by to introduce himself to the new Tuner School summer 2016 class and to welcome the students to great new semester. Making fast cars faster has always been John’s passion and started this school to help others learn how to pursue their dreams with the high performance industry.
The Summer 2016 class began this week and we are all excited to welcome the new class! Future power adders in the works and a whole lot of fun taking a stock Ford Mustang GT and a Chevrolet Camaro to forced induction and all the works! Check back for updates and also check out our…
Tuner school student Jake F. with Team Black Mustang reviews their current build. “1st round of mods went great overall, we overcame a lot of adversity thru team work and great teaching. I would not replace the experience for the world.
John Hennessey Q&A at Tuner School. The man, the myth, the legend, John Hennessey!
John Heinricy, record holding race car driver and GM Performance Engineer, stopped in to talk to the students about vehicle dynamics. John also was contracted to design the suspension system on the Hennessey Venom GT.
Our Tuner School students are going over the dyno chasis operations and safety protocols. Baseline dynos are still to come!
Team White Camaro has an average baseline of 352 rwhp and 342 tq. That’ll increase with performance modifications in the weeks to come!
Spring 2016 Tuner School Class students are ready to kick off the semester and learn how to make fast cars way faster!