Advanced Training and Tuning Class with Greg Banish
Dynocom is pleased to offer Tuning and Training classes by well-known tuners and degreed engineers. These classes will offer compressive and advanced training on a variety of tuning software for domestic, European and Japanese vehicles including but not limited to – SCT, Diablo, HP Tuners, EFI Live, Megasquirt, Up Rev, etc.
Class dates: Saturday April 28, 2019 - Sunday April 29, 2018
Class time: 9am - 5pm Saturday, 9am - 1pm Sunday
Location: Dynocom Industries Fort Worth, Texas,
2447 Riverbend West Drive, Fort Worth, Texas 76118
Greg Banish is a mechanical engineer and motorsports enthusiast who works as an OEM calibrator by day and professional engine tuner in his spare time. After studying for a bachelor’s degree in Mechanical Engineering at GMI Engineering & Management Institute (Kettering University), he wrote his thesis on vehicle instrumentation and measurement.
Putting this education to practical use, he founded his own performance shop outside of Detroit and has served local enthusiasts, shops, automotive companies and OEMs. Greg spent three years working for General Motors as the hybrid powertrain calibration engineer responsible for the Chevrolet Volt fuel economy and emissions. Greg then moved to Ford Motor Company. Greg currently works at FCA in Michigan.
Vocabulary of calibration
Basic engine operation
Understanding engine airflow models and calculated load
Using load to determine engine needs
Input sensors and output controls
Definition of various sensors and their inputs to the PCM code
How the fuel injector really works
How the PCM models the fuel injector’s behavior
PCM control strategies
Differences between Mass Air and Speed Density operation
Air/fuel ratio requirements for power and emissions
Closed Loop fuel corrections
Using a datalogger and a dynamometer as diagnostic and tuning tools