- Assembly and disassembly of the front fork and damper, the race set-up, troubleshooting of riders' difficulties, setting up the chassis in accordance with the engine, ECU modifications, pneumatics and final drive.
- Electronics, will cover looms and connectors, ECU management, mapping, engine strategies (anti-skid, anti-wheelie, engine brake, etc.) and telemetry.
- Powertrain modules will cover in depth the disassembly and assembly of the entire engine, gearbox, clutch and combustion unit. These modules will also cover performance improvements and data analysis.
For the detailed course syllabus, please click here.
The areas covered will allow students to tackle any challenge and fix any problem under the typical time restraints of a racing weekend.
Bikes such as a Yamaha R1, Suzuki GsxR 1000 and an Aprilia 125 RS will be used for the hands-on practical training.
The course will include organised tours to race teams.