Engine Management Academy Logo
EMA Home
EMA Courses
EMA Staff
EMA News
EMA Testimonials
EMA Product Reviews
EMA Consultancy
EMA Careers
EMA Contact

This course follows on from our Introduction to Engine Management Mapping course. It covers the core aspects of mapping with Engine Management Systems.

Engine Management Mapping Training

This course will guide you through getting the engine to start and idle, then moves on to optimising power and drivability.

We provide all course material and refreshments in a relaxed and informal environment. The course is aimed at people who have attended our Introduction to Engine Management Mapping course. It is also suitable for novice mappers wanting to improve their mapping skills. A certificate will be provided upon completion of the course.

Just a few of the topics covered in this course are:

  • Getting it to start
  • Checking base timing
  • Dyno tuning
  • Tuning injectors
  • Tuning spark timing
  • Transient fuelling
  • Boost control
  • Hands-on Dyno Tuning
  • Cold start
  • Fault checking
  • ECU Disgnostics
  • Idle

  • Attendee Prerequisites - A detailed understanding of the 4-stroke engine and basic mapping
  • Class Size - Maximum of 4 People
  • Duration - 3 Days
  • Cost - £1,795


Local accommodation is available at discounted rates for our course attendees.
See here for details.

EMA Training Facility - 31 July 2019 - £1,795.00
A deposit of £400 is required to reserve your place on this course. Full payment is due 4 weeks prior to the course start date.
EMA is readily accessible from Junction 13 of the M4, with ample parking and local accomodation. Chievely Berkshire.

New Course Dates Announced
See our Courses section
"A thoroughly interesting and comprehensive course that covers a great deal of ground, de-mystifying many tuning concepts. A great balance of theory and observable practical demonstrations. Perfectly pitched at serious amateurs and professionals alike."
Graham Pritchard
Tech Edge 3B1
A very capable Wideband Lambda, packed with useful features....