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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 03-02-2004, 01:08 AM Thread Starter
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High Performance Engine building School

Anyone know of a good High Performance Engine building School to go to?
I would really like to get into building hi-per. engines so any information would be apprecated. thanks
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post #2 of 4 (permalink) Old 03-02-2004, 03:22 AM
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High Performance Engine building School

School of Automotive Machinists.
I think they are located in Houston.
I know they have a web site.
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High Performance Engine building School

Take a look here.... University of Northwestern Ohio. They are fully accredited and have Associates programs in just what you're looking for, and a little closer to home for you(?). They also have their own dirt track and truck pullin'pit!

Check 'em out! :

http://www.unoh.edu/academics/colleg...?curriculum=35

Good luck,

Kevin

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High Performance Engine building School

i applied there, got accepted too. My parents don't like me wanting to go to a school too far from home. Medina county and lima are like 150+ miles apart. And i have also looked in to Ohio Technical college. It's on the east side of Cleveland, in ohio. Practically the same program, High performance. i think the website is
www.ohiotechnicalcollege.com

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