We looked all over for an off-the-shelf ignition module suitable for under hood mounting that could drive four coils, handle plenty of current, and didn’t cost a fortune, and well, we struck out. So we ended up working together with MS3 programmer James Murray to bring a new ignition module to market that would use the proven BIP373 coil drivers. We’ve taken four BIP373s, mounted them to a laser cut heat sink, and sealed them inside an epoxy potted box to keep the water out. Instead of requiring you to find an odd tool to crimp a connector, we’ve opted for a 6″ wiring pigtail you can solder or crimp to our wiring harnesses. Each channel needs a 5 volt logic level signal.
Perfect for running our IGN-1, IGN-1FD, IGN-4, or IGN-6 coils. Or use them with OEM distributor-less ignitions that don’t have the ignition module built into the coil, such as the coils found on many Ford, BMW, or Chrysler coil on plug or wasted spark applications.
Heat sink, PCB, and final assembly all made in the USA – some of the electrical parts like the German BIP373s are imported.