Air Density Online Enables Engine Tuning and Weather From Your Smartphone

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Started in 2010 by father-daughter duo Bob and Jennifer Szabo, AirDensityOnline.com has been working with racers to improve their setups while fine-tuning the user experience for everyone who uses the website.

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Racers and crew members can jet their engines on the go using their smartphones.

"ProCalc helps racers maintain their setups from engine builders and dyno tests to every track they race," said Bob Szabo, co-creator of ProCalc.

Now racers and crew members who are serious about mechanical fuel injection engine tuning can jet their engines on the go using their smartphones thanks to new developments at AirDensityOnline.com. Air Density Online provides annual memberships to their advanced jetting calculator web app, ProCalc, where tuners can maintain their fuel system, test new combinations, and export their records.

"ProCalc helps racers maintain their setups from engine builders and dyno tests to every track they race," said Bob Szabo, co-creator of ProCalc. Mr. Szabo is a retired auto-industry engineer, long time drag racer, and author of 6 books about mechanical fuel injection engine tuning.

AirDensityOnline.com also offers ProTune, an online consulting service that assists racers in setting up their fuel systems. ProCalc and ProTune are built using engineering principles such as air/fuel ratio to maintain consistency while getting the most power.

Started in 2010 by father-daughter duo Bob and Jennifer Szabo, AirDensityOnline.com has been working with racers to improve their setups while fine-tuning the user experience for everyone who uses the website.

The site takes it's name from a freely available section of the site that provides current air density and density altitude at over 600 race tracks in the US and around the world. There is also a free density altitude calculator and numerous articles to help racers get the most out of their setups. For more information about ProCalc and ProTune, visit airdensityonline.com.

To contact the developers, call (916)-400-3953 or email bob@airdensityonline.com.

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