Mechanic Opportunities

You are probably aware that we are already selling Engine Modification technologies. There are over 90 million automobiles in America today. With the increase in gas price almost everyone will at least be interested in knowing about these technologies. When you consider these factors, we have a really huge market with lots of poteniial. We will need a lot of mechanics to install these devices. At present, mechanics are being gradually trained and certified to install HAFC kits. Mechanics can qualify to operate at one of the following three levels of expertise:

Level 1 - Installer - Mechanics are trained to install the HAFC (and eventually the PICC) kits.

Level 2 - Trainer - Mechanics who qualify as Installers may also qualify as Trainers and teach other mechanics to become Installers (but not Trainers).

Level 3 - Tuner - the HAFC must be tuned after installation for the best mileage by a certified Tuner who has also qualified as an Installer and as a Trainer. Tuners can also train mechanics to become Trainers as well as Installers. Some time In 2008 the HAFC mechanics will be trained to install the PICC and thus participate in another income opportunity. Four-day training classes for HAFC mechanics are held periodically in Newfoundland, New Jersey. However, correspondence courses are now available for mechanics to qualify and become certified at whichever level is best suited for them.

Hands on Course

Our supplier and other facilities periodically offers a hands on course in NJ or some other location. Two levels of course are offered. The most comprehensive course is a four day courses (a 5th optional day) at a cost of $1000. Those who take this course can qualify to become installers, trainers or tuners. The other course is two days at a cost of $500 but it only teaches mechanics to be installers. Both types of courses offer an opportunity to learn about this technology from our best technicians. You will be able to gain first hand experience installing and tuning the HAFC.

HAFC Correspondence Course

Most mechanics will be inclined to take the Correspondence Course instead of going to remote location. Attending a live, hands-on course has certain appeal but the Correspondence Course also has some important advantages including convenience. The Correspondence Course includes 5 DVDs and an information CD. The course was filmed at a live class in New Jersey and taught by experts. A data CD comes with the material which includes the Training Manual, a Tuning Manual, class handouts, and a written test at home. The student can decide among the options of becoming an Installer, Trainer or Tuner. All three options are included in the course. Following the written test the student will take a one hour oral exam over the phone with a Certified Tuner. In addition, all those who take the Correspondence Course will be entitled to two additional hours of phone consultation with a Certified Tuner. A student who successfully installs and tunes a HAFC on three cars will also be certified as a Tuner, the highest level of technical achievement.

Students who successfully complete the course, at any level, will be certified and registered for that level, with our supplier (the developer of the HAFC). Additional support is on a web site. The web site contains the entire Installation Manual in PDF. It has an evolving list of frequently asked questions and answers. Certified HAFC mechanics will also be given a password to access the 'back room' to obtain individual assistance with technical questions. The are two phone in hotlines per week (Monday and Thursday) where mechanic can get their questions answered.

The Correspondence Course for training mechanics (all three levels) sells for $1,000. The mechanic may be allowed to view part of the course before deciding whether or not to buy it. A mechanic who pays $1,000 and only qualifies as an Installer can try to upgrade later on to level 2 or level 3. Likewise, a Trainer can upgrade later to become a Tuner.

Installer's Income

An Installer will be paid $400 to install the HAFC. After gaining proficiency the mechanic should be able to install an HAFC in about four hours. An Installer who installs just one HAFC per day, at $400 each, will gross $2,000 per 5-day week. If the Installer also sell HAFC, the mechanic will earn a commission of $150 for each HAFC he sells to a customer. A mechanic who sells and installs one HAFC per day during a 5-day week now earns $400 + $150 = $550 per day or $2,750 per week.

As mechanics install more units they will require less time per installation enabling them to install up to 10 per week if they wish. Also, as more customers install HAFC's, word will spread and sales should increase. The market is vast and reaching saturation will take years. The potential exists for one Installer mechanic to both sell and install 10 units per week and gross $5,500 per week. The market should be expanding and the mechanic can work at his own pace. Mechanics can also set their own hours, including evenings or weekends if they wish and, if zoning allows, also work out of their home garage.

Trainer's Income

A Trainer can do everything that an Installer can do plus conduct classes to teach mechanics to become Installers. Trainers charge $500 per student for a two day class. A class would typically have 6-10 students and the Trainer would gross $3,000 to $5,000 for a two day class. If the Trainer taught two classes per week the gross could be $6,000 to $10,000. A fee of $75 per student, deducted from the $500 tuition, is paid to the product supplier who developed the technology, created the courses, provides support and monitors the performance of all mechanics that are certified. The Trainer would then net $425 from each student. When trainers are not busy teaching classes, they can install and/or sell HAFCs.

Tuner's Income

The prime function for a Tuner is to tune the HAFC to get maximum mileage after it has been installed.The customer will pay the Tuner $100 to tune the HAFC and it should take about an fifteen to thirty minutes to tune an unit. So an experienced tuner could earn between $200 and $400 per hour. When Tuners are not busy tuning, they can do everything that an Installer and a Trainer can do.

How to Get Involved

In order to become involved in the Engine Modifications as a mechanic, you will have to sign two documents.

  • Mechanic Contract (contract) - This contract says you will install the products for this company and other distributors and pay certain commissions to Dutchman and to Independent Sales Representatives who sell the products.
  • Independent Sales Representative Contract (contract) - The contract says you can sell products for this company and it contains the commission structure for sales that are made.
  • Mandatory Agreement to Sell Engine Modifications (agreement) - The agreement outlines what is and i snot permitted when marketing these technologies.

If you would like to become involved, you can view the contracts and agreement by clicking on the links above. When you view each of these documents, you can save them on your computer and then print them out. Fill out the agreement and sign it. Fill out the contracts but they must be signed in front of a notary. Then fax the three documents to 206-888-6933. Then mail the documents to the address shown on the top of the contracts. It would also be helpful if you would use the contact us page to let us know you have sent the contract and agreement. Let us know which kind of training course you would like to attend and we will work with you to find the best training option.

Once we receive these documents, we will also assign you an affiliate ID on the web site. This will aid you in making HAFC sales. Unless you tell us otherwise (by sending an email via the contact us page), we will use your last name as your affiliate ID and the address and email address we already have for you as your contact information for your affiliate record on the PICC web site. We will also send you the other material to get you started.