About Us

Engine Tech institute is glad you chose us to improveyour knowledge and abilities in motocross engine performance and mechanics. At Engine Tech Institute we are here to teach you about motocross engines and how to make them perform to the highest level possible. We are not your average learning facility. We care about what you learn and how you learn it. ETI is a hands on institute that will teach in a way that is fun and informative. We teach you the proper way to build a high performance engine from the transmission up. Learn how to take an engine apart and put it back together properly. We also teach cylinder head porting on two stroke and four stroke engines, as well as cam timing and everything that has to do with building and maintaining a high performance engine. ETI's head instructor has 27 years of experience building, modifying and working with motocross engines. How would you like to learn 27 years of knowledge in six months? Teaching it to you in a way that you can relate to. We are giving you the chance to take advantage of this opportunity to better yourself as a mechanic in the field. Good mechanics are very hard to come by. With more and more teams starting up and dealerships looking for good technicians,now is the time to get educated. It's time to enjoy your abilities of being a mechanic and being trained by one of the best in the world. Don't let this opportunity pass grab it, embrace it and learn it. ETI teaches the technical side of motocross.

At this school you will Learn how to:
  • Build race bikes
  • Cylinder head porting
  • Rebuild engines
  • Cam timing
  • Top-end rebuilds
  • True crankshafts
  • Build race engines
  • Flow bench operation
  • Track tuning
  • Dyno testing and tuning
  • Welding
  • Machining
  • Remove broken bolts
  • Service suspension
  • Chassis setup
  • Polishing engine parts
  • ¬†Wheel lacing
  • Cylinder honing
  • Cylinder machining
  • Head machining
  • Install valve seats
  • Recut valve seats
  • Install guides
  • Engine design
  • Work with a race team
  • Brake bleeding
  • Piston design
  • Manufacturing parts
  • Rod lengths
  • Transmission mods