MexicoMike wrote:Programability is fine but unless you have computer control and sensors to monitor the engine parameters like modern cars, the system cannot respond in real time to changing operating conditions. Basically, you are just selecting a fixed advance curve that MIGHT be better than oem in some conditions but not as good in others. This is no different than what Boyer, Rita, Pazon, Trispark, or the oem points/AAU does. THe only difference is you select the curve instead of them selecting it for you. But how will you determine what curve to utilize and whether it will be superior to existing systems? I suspect if you do the dyno work, you would find that the oem points/AAU curve is pretty close to what you want...
True for curves, but as far as I know, only the Sachse offers a zero degree advance at kicking speeds (<400 RPM), the Tri Spark is supposed to offer that too, but it has a few degrees of advance at kicking speeds. The advantage of the Ignitech is that any
advance curve can be programmed with ease. For mere mortals, the advance curve that works the best deals mostly with starting the bike and this is why *I*
am looking for something other than a Boyer or points.