From Engine Builder
The Technical Engine Conference (TEC) being held in conjunction with the Race Engine Challenge, open to all competitors and their team members, is now open to a limited number of guests as seating will permit.
“Due to limited seating and the volume of interest in others wanting to attend TEC, attendance passes are available to purchase with a reservation,” said Linda Sciame, event coordinator. “We’re excited by the interest in both the dyno challenge and the conference and we’re pleased to offer the opportunity for fans to attend the conference and circulate among the competitors and their engines.”
Pricing for the passes is: one-day pass – $49; two-day pass – $90; three-day pass – $130.
Scheduled presenters include:
Wednesday, Oct. 3
10-11 a.m. – What to Know When Using A Dyno, Harold Bettes, Power Technology Consultants powertechnologyconsultants.com
3-4 p.m. – Cryogenics, Roger Schiradelly, Controlled Thermal Processing metal-wear.com
4:45 p.m. until… – Valve Train Dynamics, Cecil Stevens, Illusions Engine Development
Thursday, Oct. 4
10-11 a.m. – Racing Fuel, Freddie Turza, VP Racing Fuels vpracingfuels.com
12-1 p.m. – Lubrication, Richard Glady, VP Racing Lubrication vplubricants.com
3-4 p.m. – Coatings, Leonard Warren, Tech Line Coatings techlinecoatings.com
4:45 pm. until… – Why Your Exhaust Primaries Are Too Big, Calvin Elston, Elston Exhaust elstonheaders.com
Friday, Oct. 5
10-11 a.m. – Exhaust System Designs, Steve Sousley/Andy Garris, Pro Fabrication Headers and Exhaust profabrication.com
3-4 p.m. – Cam Selection, Mike Jones, Jones Cams jonescams.com
Email [email protected] and to reserve a seat. Payment in cash or credit card will be collected at the door with a reservation.
For more information visit raceenginechallenge.com.