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Old 05-17-2009, 05:42 AM
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screamin eagle ignition module

hey, does anyone know how to wire up the screamin eagle ign module .////i t only comes with a sheet that tells me to plug it into the existing wiring harness connector.....i don't have that anymore....only running a digital speedo....the orign. had three wires out of the but the screaming eagle has 5 wires....i assume i'd only use three wires but since it doesn't come with a diaghram, i don't know which wires are for what. i assume one is a tach..... any help would be appreciated. thanks.
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i have a sportster factory manual with a wiring diagram in the back that shows where everything goes and if you pm your emal add i can copy it and send it to you
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The SE module is two part

You should have a sensor plate that goes in the nosecone

And a remote mounted module that looks like this





Do you have both parts?
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Old 05-17-2009, 08:20 PM
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well , that explains everything.......no , i don't ......i' WAS TOLD that the ignition module that mounts in the cone, replaces the other part and you don't have to use that one.......thank you,....i know i sound like a dumbass, but it is my first build and i was misled........so i should replace my original componant with the other half of the ignition control UNIT,,,,since i've bought the screamin eagle sensor module yes? or will it do what it's supposed to do using my o.e.m. unit? thanks in advance.
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i bought the crane hi-4 and now i don't have to use that black box like the screamin eagle (at least from what i was told) i'm also doing a sporty build
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well , that explains everything.......no , i don't ......i' WAS TOLD that the ignition module that mounts in the cone, replaces the other part and you don't have to use that one.......thank you,....i know i sound like a dumbass, but it is my first build and i was misled........so i should replace my original componant with the other half of the ignition control UNIT,,,,since i've bought the screamin eagle sensor module yes? or will it do what it's supposed to do using my o.e.m. unit? thanks in advance.
Tim had a similar situation - so maybe you can benefit from his thread

ignition module

In particular the Crane Hi-4 instructions shown the installation for both the stock HD (SE) ignition (Fig. 3), as well as the Crane - so you can see how they each go together

http://www.nightrider.com/biketech/d..._hi4_race2.pdf



If you have a stock HD motor, the SE ignition is OK

But if you have an aftermarket motor (or a built HD), IMO you'll benefit from a high performance ignition like the Crane Hi-4 or Dyna 2000i



You can get a Crane for around $200 vs. whatever the SE module (alone) costs from HD
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