- Ducati E900, Cagiva Elefant 900AC, Cagiva Elefant 750AC,
- Cagiva 900IE with DDL Fuel Injection upgrade kit (FCRs/TCIP4)
What's in the kit:
- TCIP4 sealed digital programmable ignition kit
- Bike specific Plug&Play connectors to easily connect to the OEM connectors,
- A link to download the latest version of the WIN programming utility (so you can set your own advance curve if desired)
- Kit now also includes a licensed copy of the *very comprehensive* product technical manual produced by the New Zealand TCIP4 importer
- Plug&Play kit uses just 2 connectors to install.
After purchase you are sent a link to download the latest version of the programming/customization utility.
- Up to 10 data points can be used to create a custom curve for your bike. But the supplied pre-programmed curve of the TCIP4 provides a very noticeable upgrade to the bike.
- Ignitech bike specific connectors match the OEM for incredibly easy upgrade.
- Easily mounts in same location as the analog OEM Kokusan ignition boxes directly above the voltage regulator
- Integrated input for a throttle position sensor
- Integrated output to drive a digital tachometer
- Smoother Engine
- 1-2 HP Gain
- Increased Torque
- Faster rev up through the RPM
- Easier Starting
- Ducati E900, Cagiva Elefant 900AC, Cagiva Elefant 750AC, Cagiva 900IE with DDL 900IE-AC upgrade kit
- Sealed module
- Requires Bodywork Removal? Yes left side of fairing in front of tank
- Requires Tank Removal? No
- Install Guide? Yes EAB online guide
- Model Specific install Guide? Yes EAB online guide
- Made in Czech Republic
Kit replaces the stock Kokusan ignition boxes, resulting in much better low end response and smoother running throughout all RPM.
Highly recommended for all Ducati E900, Cagiva Elefant 900AC and Cagiva Elefant 750AC, especially anyone going offroad or taking a long trip. This is a Plug&Play upgrade that uses the OEM connectors. You should pack the OEM analog Kokusan ignition boxes along as backups.
With any make of OEM electronic ignition, there is no ability to "get them working again" if they fail, so a packing along a known working backup makes the most sense.