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Ignitor for High revving engines

PostPosted: Mon Dec 25, 2017 3:33 am
by FOXX
Hi guys, I bought the 0 227 100 211 Bosch module to control my V-twin motorbike engine.
My plan is to run sequential with MAP sensor, but I may have to run wasted COP sometimes.
That engine revs up to 10k Rpm and more (depends of the exhaust and intake geometries and the track I am running in) and I am wondering if that module can work well up to that rotation speed (datasheet talks about 8000 rpm max rotation).
Anyone is using that module on sportsbike or hi revving engines in general? Did you have any problem?
I will mount it with a cooling plate and I will use only two channels instead of 4.

Here is the datasheet.
http://www.bosch-motorsport.de/media/ca ... 099pdf.pdf

Thank you for reply! 8)

Re: Ignitor for High revving engines

PostPosted: Mon Dec 25, 2017 3:54 am
by Dennis_Zx7r
I actually run one of these for over a year now, and for nearly a year used wasted spark. My engine revs up to 13000Rpm, so in wasted spark this equals 26000rpm in sequential (Oops). Well, for what it's worth, it's working great so far and I didn't know the spec sheet had a rev limit that low. My coils and dwell settings give a maximum current of 6A. Bolted it to a big aluminium plate with thermal paste though, so cooling should be a little better than with the standard heat sink.

Re: Ignitor for High revving engines

PostPosted: Mon Dec 25, 2017 4:02 am
by FOXX
Dennis_Zx7r wrote:I actually run one of these for over a year now, and for nearly a year used wasted spark. My engine revs up to 13000Rpm, so in wasted spark this equals 26000rpm in sequential (Oops). Well, for what it's worth, it's working great so far and I didn't know the spec sheet had a rev limit that low. Bolted it to a big aluminium plate with thermal paste though, so cooling should be a little better than with the standard heat sink.

GREAT thank you!

Re: Ignitor for High revving engines

PostPosted: Mon Dec 25, 2017 12:58 pm
by grom_e30
yeah i have used the bosch 211 up to 14,500rpm in wasted spark on my bike and seemed fine