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Dynatek has been kind enough to supply us with their programmable ignition module for use on our Teryx build.

We are very excited to be working with them and are anxious to get the production model of the ignition module installed on the machine.

You can check out the Dynatek website at:

Dynatek High Performance Electronics

Installation will be featured on the TeryxHQ Teryx build page while discussions will take place in this thread. If you have questions, comments, etc. please feel free to post them in this thread.

Below is the build page for the Dynatek ignition module:

TeryxHQ.com Forums - Your Kawasaki Teryx Headquarters - Dynatek Programmable Teryx Ignition Module
 

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I just order one can't wait to get it!

After hitting the rev limiter the other day I want MORE LOL.
 

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LOL ya it is kinda like a sickness.

Did you get the programmable or the rev-box?
 

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My friend, I think we are all looking forward to the cooler weather :)
 

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I just ordered one and can not wait to install it this weekend. I read somewhere it only gives 3 to 4hp but gets rid of all the limiters. I am mainly looking for bottom end power for mud. Anybody knows if you can adjust the timing curves for more bottom end???
 

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Hi there, you will find that the Dynatek CDI will be a welcomed addition to your machine.

As far as being able to program the timing curves, it really depends on which one you purchased.

Did you get what they call the 'rev box' or did you get the programmable CDI? If you purchased the programmable, did you also purchase the patch cables and software?

If you look at this build page, it will give you the differences between the two units:

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Hi there, you will find that the Dynatek CDI will be a welcomed addition to your machine.

As far as being able to program the timing curves, it really depends on which one you purchased.

Did you get what they call the 'rev box' or did you get the programmable CDI? If you purchased the programmable, did you also purchase the patch cables and software?

If you look at this build page, it will give you the differences between the two units:

TeryxHQ.com Forums - Your Kawasaki Teryx Headquarters - Dynatek Programmable Teryx Ignition Module

I purchased the programmable cdi with the Hunterworks timing curve. I have not yet purchased the computer cables yet because I need to research the timing curves a little more before I start programming.
 

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Then to answer your question...yes you will be able to change the curves, however, you will need to get the program kit when you are ready. That will include the patch cables and software.
 

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Then to answer your question...yes you will be able to change the curves, however, you will need to get the program kit when you are ready. That will include the patch cables and software.

I almost hate to ask but has anyone "played" with these curves to see any possible performance gains at the bottom end???
 

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I have a quick question, I just installed my Dyanteck CDi, which curve do I use, 1 or 2? I tried both and 2 appears to be a little quicker but seems to miss at slower speeds.

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I am running curve 3. Did you get it from Hunterworks?
 

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Hope you had a good Bday yesterday Todd and the foot is feeling better.

Can you tell me what degree advance are you running at your highest level? Is it more than 7 degrees and you have to run premium or something safer that you can use regular at around 5 degrees or ? How do the curves vary in comparison to the Brute Force 750?
 

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Good birthday and foot is slightly better.

Curve four or Stock curve when you buy one from has is 1 degree less timing than the curve two which is the same as the non-programmable CDI curve.

If you are having to put premium fuel in then back the timing down. I don't think there is too much timing in any of the units. I do find different Teryx's react differently to these boxes and the boxes get blamed. I can't answer as to why.

I tested two today that are missing in the mid to upper RPM range but they work fine on my Teryx.

We ran into this issue on the Velocity Devices unit as well.

Curve three is for High compression pistons and would not perform well in stock engines.

Curve one is a couple degrees less than curve two and might be one to try if your having issues with curve two or our curve which is curve four or the stock curve.

Todd
 

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Good birthday and foot is slightly better.

Curve four or Stock curve when you buy one from has is 1 degree less timing than the curve two which is the same as the non-programmable CDI curve.

If you are having to put premium fuel in then back the timing down. I don't think there is too much timing in any of the units. I do find different Teryx's react differently to these boxes and the boxes get blamed. I can't answer as to why.

I tested two today that are missing in the mid to upper RPM range but they work fine on my Teryx.

We ran into this issue on the Velocity Devices unit as well.

Curve three is for High compression pistons and would not perform well in stock engines.

Curve one is a couple degrees less than curve two and might be one to try if your having issues with curve two or our curve which is curve four or the stock curve.

Todd

Thanks Todd. I purchased my CDI from Hunterworks and thank you for the professional help and great response from you and your staff. I do not have any problems with the unit or it running on my Teryx. I just found almost the same performance on curve 1 as 2 except when putting around the neighborhood in curve 2 it sputtered just a little bit, switched to curve 1 and no more problems.
 

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I wanted to bring this back to life with a couple of questions. Anyone hookedupa tach to the programmable version? Anyone used the launch control feature? Anyone have any tis on curve modifications?
 
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