The Ignition Module is connected to the PCIII USB with it’s built in expansion port link and communicates via a CAN interface. As in the case of the Power Commander, the Ignition Module uses OEM style connectors to plug in-line of the stock ignition harness so no cutting or splicing is required. The Ignition Module uses “direct coil driver technology” and allows a high degree of timing adjustment. In the Power commander Control Center Software the user is able to advance or retard the ignition curve up to 10 degrees based on throttle position and RPM. It is also possible to alter the timing for each cylinder individually if necessary.
The Ignition Module comes standard with no adjustments made in the map for the timing table. Due to different states of tune, fuel quality, and engine modifications we found it is best to leave the ignition timing stock for safety reasons. To have your ignition curve fine tuned Dynojet recommends bringing your bike to one of our Authorized Power Commander Tuning Centers. These centers have the necessary dynamometer equipment to extract the most performance out of the Ignition Module.
On motorcycles that have eight injectors and were not previously able to benefit from the use of the Dynojet Quick Shifter, the Ignition Module now allows this functionality. The Dynojet Quick Shifter is connected to the expansion port between the Ignition Module and the PCIIIusb. For more information about the Dynojet Quick Shifter click here.
On select models of bikes our Rev Xtend feature is available when using the Ignition Module. Rev Xtend makes it possible to increase the RPM limit from the factory setting. This feature is intended to be used on engines that have been modified to allow the increased RPM limit.
Rev X-Tend Activation
In order to activate this feature you must first download, fill out, and sign the waiver. Ring 01995 600500 for more information.
Tune Each Cylinder Individually
In Advanced mode, with the Ignition Module installed, both fuel and ignition timing adjustments can be made separately for each cylinder.