This series of courses prepares the student to install and evaluate aftermarket performance equipment and modifications that will safely improve drivability and driver satisfaction of late model street-legal vehicles. Students use diagnostic test equipment to determine performance enhancement, suitability, and compatibility with existing OEM (Original Equipment Manufacturer) mechanical/electrical and electronic controls.
Aftermarket Performance Specialist (024)
(Effective Fall 2012)
- School of Transportation & Natural Resources Technologies
- Competency Credential
- More Information about Aftermarket Performance Specialist
- A competency credential must be completed within three years of enrollment in the credential.
- Non-traditional credit such as credit-by-exam, work/life experience, and transfer credit is limited to one third of the total credits in the credential. Two thirds of the requirements must be completed by course enrollment.
- Students must earn a grade of C or better in each course to merit the credential.
|AMT265||Automotive Engine Machining Processes||3|
|AMT277||Engine Head; Porting and Polishing Modifications||2|
|AMT278||Automotive Dynamometer and Performance Parts Testing I||3|
|AMT279||Automotive Dynamometer and Performance Parts Testing II||3|
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