Procomp PC6AL-2 Multi-Spark CDI Ignition Box
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What's in the Box
The Procomp PC6AL-2 is the most powerful cd ignition of its type available. It is a multi-spark, capacitive discharge, electronic ignition designed for high performance street, drag racing, oval track and marine applications.
The PC6AL-2 uses the latest state of the art digital technology, and when used with the Procomp high performance coil, produces a spark gap current three times greater than most similar systems and almost eight times the spark of the standard ignition. This CDI unit can be triggered by magnetic, hall effect, points and crank trigger pick ups. Includes a Soft Touch rev limiter, which does not require chips. Produces multiple sparks between 0 and 3000 rpm.
Wiring diagram (GIF)
With Rev Limiter
- Our Flathead Ford electronic distributors 910-8351, 910-8353, 910-1000 will require this ignition control box.
Additional instructions: The 5 rotary dials on the end of the unit (3 to the left of led light - 2 to the right of led light) function as follows:
The dial to the far left of the group of 3 is the 1,000 rpm limiter dial. The center dial of the 3 is the 100 rpm limiter dial. The dial to the far right of the group of 3 is the # of engine cylinders. Therefore, if the the max rpm limit on a V8 cylinder engine is 7,200 rpm, the far left dial is set to 7, the center dial is set to 2, with the 3rd dial of the 3 group set to 8.
The other pair of dials to the right of the led light are the launch rpm limiter or the 'first' rpm limiter. The left dial is the 1,000 rpm with the right dial being the 100 rpm limiter. Therefore, if the launch rpm is needed at 3,500 rpm at full throttle, the left dial is set to 3 with the right dial set to 5.
Red magnetic pickup wire is (+) polarity on a distributor when commonly used with the violet/purple control box wire.
Black magnetic pickup wire is (-) polarity on a distributor when commonly used with the green control box wire.
- Application: 4, 6 or 8-cylinder engines
- Spark Energy: 110-115 mJ per spark
- Primary Voltage: 460-490 Volts
- Secondary Voltage: 45,000 Volts
- Spark Series Duration: 20° Crankshaft Rotation
- RPM Range: 15,000 RPM (with 14.4 Volts)
- Voltage Required: 12-15 Volts, Negative Ground
- Current Draw: 1 Amp per 1,000 RPM
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