WyoTech News Stories
This is the place to get the latest WyoTech news and events.
The WyoTech Daytona campus will hold an Open House from 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. on March 18 during Daytona’s Bike Week.
WyoTech Debuts Ford Conversion Van At SEMA Show That Combines The Best Of Retro Styling With Advanced Technology
To mark its 50th anniversary, WyoTech unveiled two vehicles that students, graduates and instructors customized as part of a “Chop Cut Rebuild” feature at this year’s SEMA Show.
WyoTech is proud to be part of a custom 1966 Ford Mustang build for the United States Military Education Association — the car was built out last week at Richard Wood Kustoms in Austin, Texas and will be revealed next week at SEMA. Watch it live now! https://video.nest.com/live/BDoWM7
IRVINE, Calif. (Aug. 13, 2015) — Mazda North American Operations (MNAO) today announced a three-year partnership with WyoTech, one of the country’s premier technical training institutes, which will allow students to graduate as certified Mazda technicians. Mazda will also use WyoTech’s state-of-the-art training facilities in Blairsville, Pa. and Laramie, Wyo. to train its top dealership personnel on advanced courses throughout the year.
If your dream is to become a car-customizing specialist, you will have to master a number of specialty tools that allow you to create body panels and other metal components to individual specifications.
Below are some of the key tools and machines found in most custom car workshops:
Four students at WyoTech in Blairsville have been chosen to rebuild a Ford truck engine for MavTV’s “Chop Cut Rebuild” reality TV series.
Interested in the top 10 of motorcycles and motorcycle technology? Here’s a quick look at the category leaders when it comes to motoring on two wheels.
There’s a first time for everything, and that includes diesel power. Here are eight firsts in the history of diesel technology.
Throughout Asia, cheap counterfeit bikes from China are a growing headache for Japan’s Big 4 motorcycle manufacturers. Now they’re fighting back.
Drive belts are slipping, at least in popularity. Once found under the hood of practically ever car, drive belts are giving way to electrical drive systems.