DYNATEK DDK2-7 DYNA 2000 IGNITION ZX7 ZX7r ZX9 ZX9r 900
|Ended:||Dec 09, 201106:37:46 PST|
|Sold For:||US $312.50|
Varies based on location and shipping method
|Item location:||Tampa, Florida, United States|
BRAND NEW IN THE BOX !!
DYNA 2000 HIGH PERFORMANCE IGNITION SYSTEM
TO FIT THE FOLLOWING APPLICATIONS:
CHECK OUT MY OTHER LISTINGS FOR COILS ( DYNA DC4-1 ) AND SPARK PLUG WIRES ( DYNA DW-800 ) TO COMPLETE THIS IGNITION SYSTEM. AS A SPECIAL OFFER ONLY AVAILABLE WITH THE PURCHASE IF THIS IGNITION, COILS AND/OR WIRES PURCHASED WILL INCUR NO ADDITIONAL SHIPPING COSTS ( GOOD WORLDWIDE TOO !! ) IF SHIPPED WITH THIS DYNA 2000.
THIS IS THE ABSOLUTE LATEST VERSION OF THE VENERABLE DYNA 2000 SYSTEM - - RELEASED IN THE LAST QUARTER OF 2006 !!
IF YOU ARE CONSIDERING A NEW DYNA 2000 SYSTEM, DO NOT ACCEPT ANYBODY'S OLD STYLE - - - NON PROGRAMMABLE UNITS - - - THEY CAN BE ASSURED OF SITTING AROUND FOR AT LEAST THREE, IF NOT MANY MORE YEARS !!
SAVE BIG HERE !! SELLS FOR OVER 400.00 ELSEWHERE !!
The Dyna 2000 Digital Performance Ignition for four cylinder engines represents a breakthrough in motorcycle ignition flexibility. The Dyna 2000 system consists of a state of the art microprocessor controlled ignition module along with an adjustable Dyna dual sensor crank trigger. For the first time you can actually set the ignition timing to what you want to maximize engine performance. A number of different advance curve modes and a broad range rev limiter let you tailor the ignition to your needs.
The Dyna 2000 has the following built in features.
INSTRUCTION ADDENDUM FOR D2K4C-P
Dyna 2000 – 4 Cylinder Programmable
The D2K4C-P Digital Ignition system is a PC/Laptop programmable ignition based on the popular existing D2K4C ignition system sold by Dynatek. The PC programmable model is designed to be a direct replacement for a motorcycle already equipped with the original D2K4C, or can be used in a new installation. In addition to providing precise control over the ignition process, the D2K4C-P allows you to tailor the advance curve and rev limiter to the specific needs of your particular engine. The ignition timing curve is completely programmable. The rev limit is programmable up to 16,000 RPM, with 100 RPM resolution. The retard activation has been separated from the safety input, allowing the safety input to be used on all selected curves. Also included are two (2) independently programmable RPM activated switches that allow the ignition to turn on a shift light, or activate a relay at any RPM.
**IMPORTANT**Follow all instructions in the original D2K4C Installation Guide that apply to your specific motorcycle.
**IMPORTANT **- The D2K4C-P is factory programmed with the original D2K4C curves and utilizes all of the original switch positions. It is when the end user programs custom curves into the ignition, that the first four (4) advance modes on the switch correspond to the four Ignition Timing maps in the PC software. The other advance mode switch positions become useless (except the Test Mode) and the ignition will flash very rapidly, and the ignition will not run. The Rev-limit switch becomes disabled when the ignition has custom curves in it as well. The PC programming software has a “USE SWITCHES” button that forces the ignition back to reading the switches and modes of the original D2K4C.
**IMPORTANT **- Wiring note – The D2K4C-P module uses the HARNESS ORANGE WIRE as a dedicated safety input. The orange wire previously doubled as a safety input for the first 5 curves, and then switched to the retard input for the 4 retard curves. This is no longer the case. The orange wire remains a safety input for all selected curves, and a new external PURPLE wire is used as a separate input to activate a retard curve.
**IMPORTANT **- Wiring note – The BLUE and WHITE short wires (4 inch external) are for rpm activated switches. Either one can be programmed to turn on at any rpm and then turn off at any rpm. These two wires should not be connected to an ignition coil. The maximum current the switch can turn on is 2 AMPs. This is enough power for a Dyna Shift Light, or a small Relay. This is not enough power to drive a large nitrous solenoid directly. Use a relay. See Programmable RPM Activated Switches for more information.
PROGRAMMING THE IGNITION
Turn the ignition key OFF. Disconnect the main D2K4C-P connector at the ignition (AMP11 pin). Connect the programming adapter to the serial cable and to the ignition. DO NOT start the bike. The red LED will flash quickly ON when 9V battery is connected. After programming is complete, DO NOT leave the 9V battery connected to the programming harness, the battery will go dead. Follow the separate instructions included with the CurveMaker programming software.
DEVELOPING AN ADVANCE CURVE
The most appropriate advance curve for your engine will depend on several factors. These may include: level of modification of the engine, weight of bike and rider, type of gasoline used, air temperature, altitude, etc. For tuners who are familiar with previous Dyna 2000–4Cyl ignitions, the four curves used in the standard (non-programmable)D2K4C are included in the CurveMaker software. Generally, you should run the highest amount of advance (most aggressive) that you can without causing any pinging. If the engine pings only in a narrow RPM range, try reducing the advance only in that RPM range. This will eliminate pinging without reducing overall performance. Any of the included curves may be used as a base for developing a completely custom curve. Note: Be sure to save any custom curves before exiting the program.
SETTING OTHER PARAMETERS
The CONFIG page of the CurveMaker software has entries for the rev limit and RPM activated switches. By increasing the rev-limiter, other components of the engine may find their limits. Only increase the rev-limit if the engine builder has specified it is ok to do so, otherwise use the stock rev-limit as a starting point. The maximum programmable limit is 16,000 rpm.
PROGRAMMABLE RPM ACTIVATED SWITCHES
The BLUE wire or the WHITE wire can be used to turn on a Dyna Shift Light, or activate a small relay. The ignition will ground the wire when the rpm reaches its programmed values. See the Curve Maker instructions for programming the RPM activated switches.
DO NOT EXCEED 2 AMPS PER WIRE.
DO NOT ATTACH EITHER WIRE TO AN IGNITION COIL.
Examples of connections:
DIAGNOSTIC LED FUNCTION
A red diagnostic LED is located on the D2K4C-P ignition module. This LED is useful for verifying system functionality and static timing the motor. The red LED can be used to determine if the ignition module is working. When power is turned on to the ignition, the LED should flash on for 1/4 second then turn off. If one of the pickups is near a firing point, the red LED will come on continuously. This "Flash period" indicates that the microprocessor is functioning in the ignition module. When the ignition power is on and the engine is cranked over, the red LED will blink on and off. This indicates that the D2K4C-P pickups are generating timing.
NOTE: If the red LED flashes rapidly with the engine not running, there are two possibilities. First, if the D2K4C-P has been programmed with custom curves, then the first four switch setting on the advance knob are the only positions that allow the ignition to run. Select one of the first four curves and turn the ignition off for one second. Another situation is coil overcurrent fault has occurred. Check for proper coil resistance (2.2 to 5 ohms) and check for shorted wiring to the ignition coils. Turn the ignition off for one second, and back on to clear the fault.
RETARD MODE USING EXTERNAL PURPLE WIRE
This mode is only for use with vehicles that require ignition retard under certain conditions, such as bikes equipped with nitrous oxide or a turbocharger. The purple wire acts as a retard activation line. To use this function, the purple wire must be connected to a switch or relay that can ground this input when ignition retard is desired. In retard mode, when the purple wire is grounded, the ignition timing will follow the curve labeled RETARD on the CurveMaker screen. The traditional retard mode curves are included with the CurveMaker software, or you can develop your own. Remember that grounding the purple wire will select the curve labeled RETARD, so you must program your retard curve into the Break Points of the “RETARD” tab of the CurveMaker screen.
TUNING TIPS - ADVANCED
Occasionally, best performance may fall somewhere between the advance curves programmed into the DYNA 2000-4C-P. By rotating the pickup plate, the entire curve will be shifted up or down. Be aware that if you advance the ignition, your final timing will be increased. Excessive advance may cause pinging and hard starting, so only turn the pickup plate one or two degrees at a time and note any changes to the motor.
CONTACT ME FOR ALL OF YOUR DYNA HIGH PERFORMANCE ELECTRONICS NEEDS !! CHANCES ARE I CAN SAVE YOU SOME MONEY BY CREATING AN EBAY LISTING JUST FOR YOU !!
On Jul-15-06 at 00:04:57 PDT, seller added the following information:
On May-26-08 at 14:11:40 PDT, seller added the following information:
Powered by eBay Turbo Lister
The free listing tool. List your items fast and easy and manage your active items.