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    R&D Ignition help

    Hello all, Picked up a R&D engine control unit and have a question. I am calling Tech support tomorrow but was wondering if anyone had the instructions for what the switches on the back represent. There are 6 switches and currently it has #4 & #5 in the on position the rest are off. It came off a 2000 triple pipe gp1200r boat with 145-150 psi heads.

    Anyone have the switches diagram available?

    Thanks


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    Well, I talked with a R&D tech today and he told me what the switches are for. I just don't know if he left something out though. Does this ignition have a rev limiter? He only told me about the 4 curves.

    • curve #1 - 1,2,3,4 on and 5,6 off
    • curve #2 - 1,2,3,4,6 on and 5 off
    • curve #3 - 1,2,3,4,5,on and 6 off
    • curve #4 - 1,2,3,4,5,6 on

    When I got itm it had 1,2,3,6 off ans 4,5 on

    This is not even listed in the 4 settings R&D gave me.

    Is there another configuration for a rev limiter?

    Thanks
    Will

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