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DynoTek 2000I PC Programmable Electronic Ignition Kit
Completely self-contained so entire unit hides under the cam cover for a clean look on custom bikes
Single-fire operation down to zero rpm for easier cranking and kicking
Will operate in all combinations of single-fire or dual-fire with single-plug or dual-plug heads
Ten advance curves cover a broad range of engine builds and riding styles
Engine over-rev protection, adjustable from 6000 to 7500 rpm
Adjustable timing retard for nitrous and turbo applications
VOES indicator lets you monitor VOES switch at a glance
Built-in tach driver can be used to activate shift lights, auto-shifters and other accessories
Easy static timing with built-in timing indicator
Intelligent over-current/short-circuit protection
Active dwell control
Over-voltage protected against momentary spikes
Data recording includes total engine hours, time wide-open throttle, longest time operating at wide-open throttle, max rpm, seconds near rev limit and number of engine starts
PC programmability makes possible an eight-point, fully definable, wide-open throttle curve and a fully definable part throttle curve, rev limit programmable in 50 rpm steps, programmable dead-cranking revs 0-5, rear cylinder offset, total of +/- 10°, programmable rev limiter, security lock out (pin # activated), single or dual fire
Programming and downloading data and graphs from module requires proper programming kit (includes CD, cables and instructions)
Pigtail connector enables the user to connect the ignition to a PC to either download recorded info from the ignition or program their own power curves, rev limits, dead revs or rear cylinder off-set timing; connector remains on bike
Made in the U.S.A.
Not for fuel-injected models
Programming kit is not necessary to use all selectable functions of the current ignition.
COLOR DISCLAIMER: Actual colors may vary slightly due to the fact that every computer monitor has a different capability to display colors and that everyone sees these colors differently.