# Delta Lambda Fraternity - Training Videos

- Ben shares a look at a bunch of features to pay attention to on selecting cam journal sizes
- Why do we choose certain trigger patterns and sensor types for particular engine combinations?
- Ben shows the ins and outs of trying to pull a vacuum inside the engine!
- Some ideas for setting up your spring packages and cylinder heads more accurately!
- Ben shares some easy math formulas to help cut through the “noise” in the marketplace and choose good engine combinations the first time!
- Why the engine temperature you are running has such a big effect on your fuel choice!
- Ben shows the tools and procedures for measuring the ultra-critical piston ring groove dimensions
- Ben demonstrates the process of using epoxy to create a custom chamber mold for making pistons.
- We discuss tuning an OEM Re-Flash Style ECU versus a Stand Alone unit
- When is the right time to spray fuel from the injector during the engine cycle? Find out here!
- Ben covers the sensor and hardware technology available for combustion analysis
- Ben covers the first section of data layout for viewing combustion pressures and discusses MEP
- Ben covers Mass Fraction Burned and CA50 Values for tuning the EFI System
- Ben discusses using indicated combustion data for the purpose of engine development instead of just tuning the engine.
- Ben shares some first looks at the new Ford 7.3 Godzilla V8 engines in the shop!
- Aaron White shares some insight on how to understand the design and setup of common valve springs and terminology
- Aaron White shares some insight on how to understand the design and setup of common valve springs and terminology…part 2
- How to correctly set valve lash and check springs after a run
- In this video, we will go over some dyno sheet trends, and a mathematical approach to comparing engines of all sizes and induction styles on a fair and balanced scale. You’ll never look at your dyno sheets the same way again!
- Part 1 of a 6-part series for a mathematical approach to engines and airflow
- Part 2 of a 6-part series for a mathematical approach to engines and airflow
- Part 3 of a 6-part series for a mathematical approach to engines and airflow
- Part 4 of a 6-part series for a mathematical approach to engines and airflow
- Part 5 of a 6-part series for a mathematical approach to engines and airflow
- Part 6 of a 6-part series for a mathematical approach to engines and airflow
- Using Math to calculate dyno correction factors used on a dyno sheet
- How can we know whether a particular set of heads or intake is suitable for a given engine? A little math will get you in the ballpark!
- Ben shares a couple math channels from the data gathered at the race track on Robbie Blankenship’s N/A 10.5 Small Block Ford Mustang
- We discuss how to get an oil sample report, and how to read and understand it…Presented by Lake Speed, Jr
- Why the engine temperature you are running has such a big effect on your OIL!
- Piston Materials and Thermal Coefficient of Expansion explained
- Why you should be way more concerned about Pressure Ratio than “boost”
- Ben takes us along on his morning walk to share some heart felt insights on relationship building for small businesses
- Understanding how race fuels differ from pump gas and from each other is key to choosing the correct fuel for your application!
- Ben shows the ins and outs all the various racing lifters available to V8 racers
- How to get the lightest and strongest valves possible
- Inside Look at a legitimate 5000 HP Promod Valve Train!
- We discuss water vapor, water grains, humidity, and how it all affects your engine’s tuneup
- Lake Speed, Jr from Total Seal Piston Rings gives us a lesson on all the important stuff we want to know about lubrication!
- Lake Speed, Jr from Total Seal Piston Rings gives us a lesson on all the important stuff we want to know about Piston Rings!
- Here is a way to understand what the flow numbers from a cylinder head really mean!
- Let’s take a closer look at the terminologies, figures and events that presented on your cam card!
- How you can evaluate your valve train system’s performance for little to no money!
- We discuss how VVT systems work and look at the components involved
- Vena Contracta is a little known phenomenon that controls how air flows through your cylinder heads!
- Ben shows the ins and outs of indexing spark plugs.