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Holley EFI Training Dates Announced for 2020

Holley’s factory training courses are back in 2020 with an updated curriculum to stay current with Holley EFI system updates. These factory direct training classes provide a unique opportunity to get advanced training and technical experience with Holley EFI directly from the people who developed the products.

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Holley’s factory training courses are back in 2020 with an updated curriculum to stay current with Holley EFI system updates. These factory direct training classes provide a unique opportunity to get advanced training and technical experience with Holley EFI directly from the people who developed the products.
 
These two-day courses are presented at the National Corvette Museum near Holley’s company headquarters in Bowling Green, KY. They provide technical training for dealers, racers, and any other user of their popular EFI systems.
Spread over three classes, each tier is a two-day class which includes hands-on training with Holley EFI software and live demonstrations showing the different capabilities of a Holley fuel injection system.

Each tier must be taken in succession, however upon completion of all three courses, you will receive a certification from Holley stating your expertise with our fuel injection software. Classes fill up quickly and registrations are limited, so it is highly recommended to book ASAP.

For more information, clickHERE.
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