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Hello,

Does anyone on here use Ignitech CDI ignition modules on their Rotax 912 ULS Urban Air Lambada or Samba?

http://www.ignitech.cz/cz/

They are purportedly a more affordable alternative to the standard Ducati CDIs. The cost of overhauling them by Carmo in the Netherlands is around €700 for two. Whereas the Ignitech offerings are €316 for two, brand new.

A kind gentleman on here has mentioned he is using them successfully on an MCR4S. The problem is that I'm given to understand that one would need to make up a special mounting bracket for use in the Lambada. Has anyone done this? sealed

Kind regards,

John

 

 

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  • Re: Anyone use Ignitech CDI on Lambada 912?

    by » 8 months ago


     

    Any other forums I might get an answer to this on, gents?

    Kind regards,

    John


  • Re: Anyone use Ignitech CDI on Lambada 912?

    by » 8 months ago


    I am considering the module for my 912ULS but have not been able to find any reviews.  I have been in contact with a French company that configures the connectors and adds a longer wire to move the modules from the top of the engine.  They claim the modules can be switched to the battery which allows immediate ignition without having to depend on higher revs during start.  About $800 delivered to the US.  Seems the only other option is to replace with the Ducati modules at $1000 each. 

    www.allumage-electronique.fr

     

     

    Michael


  • Re: Anyone use Ignitech CDI on Lambada 912?

    by » 8 months ago


    Hi Michael,

    Thanks for your message. Apologies for the late reply. I spoke to a gentleman on here, Hans, who uses Ignitech CDI's on his MCR4S in the Netherlands and he say they are great.

    A friend of mine in Ireland has ordered two of them and is going to fit them to his Skyranger and report back to me. If you would like to know the results please message me (probably next month)

    Kind regards

    John


  • Re: Anyone use Ignitech CDI on Lambada 912?

    by » 8 months ago


    Update on the Ignitech modules.  I posted a source for the CDI modules as a company in France.  I found another company in the Czech Republic which is called Ignitech.  (I should have paid closer attention to John's original post)   I ordered two modules, with connectors, and extended wiring for a total price of $304.00, delivered.  The shipping was within a couple of days and DHL will be delivering the modules today.  Just about a week, total time.  I will update once I try them.  


  • Re: Anyone use Ignitech CDI on Lambada 912?

    by » 5 months ago


    I installed the ignitech ignition boxes on a zenair 601, it works very well, with the modules installed behind the firewall.
    The length of the wires is 70cm in my installation and possible up to 1m according to your choice when ordering.
    Yes, I know, it is not original Rotax equipment ... But I paid the two modules 308 € directly to Ignitec in the Czech Republic, with the original Rotax connectors installed.
    The engine is started immediately with the charge of the module capacitor by the battery, then the power is relayed by the coils of the original Rotax system, when the engine exceeds 650 RPM
    The advance curve of these modules is configurable, but sold as standard with the advance curves identical to the Ducati original rotax modules.
    In short, nothing to do but just fix them, connect the sockets and start ...
    My motivation to buy these modules directly from Ignitech? The correct functioning (I know about twenty users for 4 years without any breakdown) and of course ... The price !!
    I do not want to encourage anyone to use parts that are not original Rotax, I just want to talk about this experience.laughing
    Be tolerant, I used Google Translate.
    Jacques


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