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CLASSIC SPORT IGNITION
The origin of Classic Sport Ignition lies within our passion for classical cars.
Years of hands on experience in automotive elektronics have enabled us to develop the ultimate igition for your very own classical car.
16 carefully tuned pre-programmed advance curves are at your exposure to choose from for your own type of car.
Chosing between the available curves is very easy. All you have to do is open the distributer cap.
All is installed into a special housing which can't be distinguished from the original, your classic will keep its authentic look.
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Quick Application guide
"CLASSIC SPORT IGNITION engine immobilizer"
Classic Sport Ignition offers an immobilizer in combination with the electronic ignition. This immobilizer is easy to install and will prevent your car from being started by unwanted parties. You can install the immobilizer receiver invisibly under the dashboard. It works with a sensor (no battery) that is hidden in a luxury leather key hanger. As soon as the key hanger is near the receiver, your CSI wil be activated and you can start your car.
Without the key hanger the ignition won’t work and your car won’t start.
You can install the immobilizer together with the electronic ignition yourself. All you need is a basic technical knowledge. You can also choose to make an appointment with one of our dealers where a specialist will install the immobilizer together with the ignition for you.Quick Application Guide
Classic Sport Ignition instruction manual:
Adjustable for different curve’s (max. 16, see table)
Suitable for 12 Volt; Positive earth only and original ignition coil.
For 12 Volt; ignition coil more than 2,5 ohm.
Please read this instruction carefully.
An incorrect installation can destroy the CSI and/or damage the engine!
In case of any doubt, please consult an expert.
Pay attention for high voltage!
1. Check the resistor value of the ignition coil. For 12 Volt: ignition coil more than 2,5 ohm. If the resistor value is too low it can cause overheating and/or damage the CSI.
2. Find the static adjustment point of the engine (see the workshop manual), so that the rotor points to the ignition cable of the first cylinder.
3. Remove the old ignition and place the CSI.
4. Disconnect all wires of the ignition coil. Assemble a new wire from the positive contact of the coil to the ground. Determine the -12 Volt power supply wire and connect it to the bleu wire of the CSI. Do not connect the other wires yet.
If the 12 Volt will be connected directly to the black wire, the output stage will get damaged!!
5. Turn the ignition on.
6. Turn the CSI to the left until the led flashes; the number of times that the led flashed is the curve number that is currently set.
7. Adjust, with the help of a small Philips screw driver, the right curve (see table).
8. Slowly turn the ignition to the right (clockwise) until the blue led lights continuously. The CSI is now adjusted to the static adjustment point. Tighten the CSI.
9. Turn off the ignition and connect the black wire to the negative contact of the ignition coil.
10. Assemble the distributor cap and connect the high voltage cables, watch the order and keep the high-voltage cables as far away as possible from the other cables (to prevent interference).
11. Connect the vacuum hose (if present)
12. Put the car in neutral and start the engine.
13. The possible wire of the tachometer can now also be connected to the black wire.
14. Check the adjustment with the help of a stroboscope and a workshop manual.
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