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Once again, K&N Engineering is proud to co-host the 2012 “How to build Horse Power” seminar presented by David Vizard. K&N in conjunction with Universal Technical Institute in Rancho Cucamonga California is excited to help David in the transfer of his 50 plus years of knowledge that will cover three days of intense engine building theory. David is one of the most published writers on the subject of High Performance and Racing engine building. David will share his “Zero Hassle Engine Combination Optimization” which is derived from over a Million dollars’ worth of engine dyno testing across his 50 plus years of experience. He has honed in on the knobs that really matter to turn when optimizing engine combinations.  David has been conducting engine technology seminars for over 20 years all around the world. This year’s Seminar is being held at the beautiful campus of UTI in Rancho Cucamonga, CA. Please join us April 20th through the 22nd for this valuable learning opportunity.

For more information, check out a full itinerary of the seminar, and the extensive guest speaker list at http://www.davidvizardseminars.com/2012-dvseminarad.doc.  To register your attendance logon at www.davidvizardseminars.com.

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