This Map Switching Performance CDI for the Suzuki LTZ50 (06-09) & LTZ90 (07-09) offers a rev limit increase of up to 1,500RPM over the stock rev limit or the ability to remove the rev limit completely. The unit comes with 3 rev limit settings and 3 Performance timing curves to select from (total of 9 combinations). The user simply turns the dial on the outside of the CDI box to the desired position to select which configuration the CDI box will operate with.
The combination of timing advance and rev limit increase yields a noticeable increase to horsepower and torque over the stock CDI. This CDI box is a direct plug in replacement CDI. Simply locate and remove the stock CDI, and plug the unit directly into the wiring harness, no modification needed. Suitable for stock and modified machines.
Position 0: Same as OEM.
Position 1: Performance timing curve 1 with raised 1000 RPM Rev. limit.
Position 2: Performance timing curve 2 with raised 1000 RPM Rev. limit.
Position 3: Performance timing curve 3 with raised 1000 RPM Rev. limit.
Position 4: Performance timing curve 1 with raised 2000 RPM Rev. limit.
Position 5: Performance timing curve 2 with raised 2000 RPM Rev. limit.
Position 6: Performance timing curve 3 with raised 2000 RPM Rev. limit.
Position 7: Performance timing curve 1 with NO Rev. limit.
Position 8: Performance timing curve 2 with NO Rev. limit.
Position 9: Performance timing curve 3 with NO Rev. limit.
One year warranty.
Digital ignition systems.
Our digital ignition systems come with 3 years warranty. Production errors, quality issues and internal problems are covered by this warranty.
The Carmo digital ignition systems are protected against high voltage peaks, defective HT coils and reverse battery connection.
This protection means that the Carmo digital ignition will not be damaged immediately in case of faulty electronics in your motorcycle.
Long term use of a motorcycle with faulty electronics may still result in damage to the Carmo digital ignition system.
This means that without solving the electrical issue the Carmo digital ignition could break down after a while.
If research shows that your Carmo digital ignition was damaged by faulty electrical parts, the warranty rights will not be valid.
If this situation occurs we will attempt to repair your ignition system in order to keep the costs as low as possible.
If the system is beyond repair a new product will be offered at a reduced price.
In all cases we will try our best to offer an acceptable solution.
Testing your original ignition module is free of charge when purchasing one of our replacement systems.
During the test we are often able to find out what caused your original module to break down.
This way you will know for sure if your original module really needs replacement, and you’ll be able to solve other electrical issues that may not be known yet.
There are currently no questions about this product.