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Thunder heart ignition module

Discussion in 'Ignition / Electronics / Batteries' started by easy riders, Jan 11, 2011.

  1. easy riders

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    Hi Guys,
    blessings for these new year.

    question: I buy a Thunder heart ignition module and I want to configure the settings with the program that connect to the module.
    do any one know what are the settings. I have a pitbull 2007

    thx,
     
  2. V

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    Are you buying a replacement programable module? If so it comes with the information and CD to custom tune your own configuration or you can use the stock timing settings it has pre-programed which you chnage with a very small screw driver on the module.

    If you are using a Big Dog stock module I don't believe you can change the settings or reprogram it.
    V
     
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    Its a good idea if you have done some motor work.
     
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    thx all for the information I gone to make some test on saturday.
    Germanbiker it is worth the money, the stock one is a pain in the ass.
     
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    No regrets on mine. Pulls better than the stock on the upper RPM'S:2thumbs:
     
  8. Mariakas

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    Question: guys, is it possible to change (upgrade) ignition module without EHC elimination :confused:.?? Thanx in advance.
     
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    On the 05 and later models the upgrdae is no problem. Your bike being a 04 most lilkley has a cam pick up igntion and if so you have many more options to pick from than the 05 and later bikes. So yes you can change your igntion with out changin the EHC. Anybody else want to chime in here thats done so? V
     
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    Good news, thank you V..!! :whoop:
     
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