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MSPT 101 MOTORSPORTS SERVICE

Fall, 3 credit hours

An introduction to the general theories of systems and maintenance of motorsports vehicles, including motorcycles, snowmobiles, ATV’s and personal watercraft.

MSPT 110 ENGINE AND POWER TRANSMISSION SERVICE

Spring, 4 credit hours

This course involves the complete disassembly, inspection, repair and reassembly of modern modular constructed powertrain assemblies. The principles of operations key to high performance, compact engines/transmission assemblies are thoroughly covered. Two hours
lectures, four hours laboratory per week.

Prerequisite: Motorsports Service (MSPT 101) or permission of instructor.

MSPT 120 FRAME AND SUSPENSION SYSTEMS

Spring, 3 credit hours

This course covers the theory, diagnostic and service procedures used in suspension and frame systems unique to the motorsports arena. Braking and suspension concerns are integrated into frame design theory. Two hours lecture, three hours laboratory per week.

Prerequisite: Motorsport Service (MSPT 101) or permission of instructor.

MSPT 130 MARINE PROPULSION

Fall, 2 credit hours

A study of the different types of propulsion systems relative to various types of aquatic craft, including jet and propeller. Theory and construction will be discussed in the context of a one hour lecture followed by a three-hour working laboratory.