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MagnaFlow to Hold Training Seminar at SEMA

This class is designed to solve some of the problems incurred when modifying an exhaust.

Solving engine management problems after modifying an exhaust will be the topic of a training seminar hosted by MagnaFlow personnel during the 2014 SEMA show.

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“Keeping the Engine Light OFF,”  an issue that faces many engine enthusiasts, will be held:
DATE: Wednesday November 5, 2014

TIME: 10:00 – 11:00am

PLACE: New Products Stage, LVCC South Hall Upper Level

According to MagnaFlow, “The game has certainly changed for those of us who like to tinker with our cars and especially for anyone who has decided to make a career of it. The invasion of computer technology into the automotive world has been a blessing and a curse. This class is designed to solve some of the problems incurred when modifying an exhaust.”

The presentation will address:

  • Air Flow,
  • Scavenging,
  • Back Pressure,
  • O2 Diagnostics,
  • Converter Efficiency, and
  • Tuning
  • For updates on the program, follow MagnaFlow on Facebook at: https://www.facebook.com/magnaflow

 

 

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