CARBURETOR THEORY - 3/8/2018
ONLY 20 SEATS AVAILABLE
CARBURETOR THEORY CLASS
This class is recommended BEFORE taking Carburetor Rebuild 101
This is a 2 ½ hour class. 30 minutes devoted to checking in, food, drinks, and getting your seat. 2 hours devoted to class lecture, and question/answer.
You are taking this class because you want to understand the components and science of carburetors
•We will touch on the history of carburetors and how that same "vintage" technology is still being used today.
•Learn why carburetors are a crucial but sensitive component of a motorcycle.
•This is not a rebuild class, however we will dissect and learn the anatomy of a real carburetor in depth
DetailsWhat you should know:
Classes are from 6:00 – 8:30pm on their designated dates
6pm-6:30 Sign in, food, drinks, find your seat.
6:30 – 8:30pm: Lecture and question/answer
Food and one drink is included with your class. Additional drinks available at menu cost.
Classes are open to anyone age 18 and over. Our facility is a friendly environment that is meant to enjoy and inform. Come prepared and ready to learn, be on time, and silence your cell phones. We respect everyone’s time, therefor classes start ON TIME. The first 30 minutes is set aside to get your food, drinks, and find a seat. If you are late, come in quietly, check-in, and find a seat immediately
We do NOT refund classes, however if you feel you cannot make the class, we can reschedule you for the same class at a later date OR exchange it for another class of the same cost. This MUST be done within 3 days before the class date by emailing or calling (TheVintageMonkey5@gmail.com or 916-668-7114). If you are a “no-show” to class, there is no refund or exchange.
Our classes and lectures are structured and based off years of real industry experiences and knowledge. All instructors and/or speakers are qualified industry professionals. These classes are designed for personal knowledge and not structured to prepare anyone for becoming a technician. People who want to do their own work or people who want to know how the work is done.