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• CONFIGURING THE MODE SWITCHES
This ignition has 6 mode switches which allow you to configure the ignition for your engine build and riding style. The switch position label is
located on the ignition for future reference.
Switch 1 V.O.E.S. Description
OFF Normal
(NO VOES) - Follows preset curve shown in chart for specific engine configurations when VOES wire is not
used - (low vacuum curves) DO NOT ground VOES wire for these curves. Use this setting for Ultima engines.

(USING VOES)
- Allows timing to reach full advance by 1500 rpm under light engine load conditions,
improving throttle response and gas mileage when the VOES is present. Wide open throttle follows selected
pre-set curve. (high vacuum curves)
ON Retard Uses the V.O.E.S. wire to retard timing for nitrous or turbo equipped bikes. See below for further explanation.
Switch 2 Switch 3 Advance Curve Description
OFF OFF Curve 1 - This curve brings up the advance the earliest and to the highest final value
(most aggressive). Used on 80 and 96Ci engines.
ON OFF Curve 2 - This curve brings up the advance a little slower than curve 1. Used on 100 and 107CI
configurations.
OFF ON Curve 3 - This curve is good for hi compression engines and Ultima 113, 120 and 127Ci, advance
comes in slower than curve 2 and to a lower final value.
ON ON Curve 4 - This curve should only be used if your 120 or 127 Ci still detonates using curve 3 and
on all 130 and 140 Ci engines. Advance is brought in still slower and to a lesser final

value than curve 3 (least aggressive).
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If someone needs the instruction manual for that ignition with the dip switches i have it here on my desktop that i can e-mail it to you.
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Curve #3...

Switch 1..off

Switch 2...off

Switch 3...on

Switch 4...off

Switch 5...off

Switch 6...Depends if you are running Single or dual fire.


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I am running an S&S Super G. I do not think it or the manifold Southern installed has VOES.
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That's good because Ultima doesn't want you to use the voes.


The pointers I added to that chart show the low vacuum (No VOES) curve.
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Old 11-30-2007, 04:12 AM
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I always thought the purpose of VOES was to prevent knock
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The voes is realy only a vacuum advance, when you get right down to it.
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You da man scary...I just want to make sure I am doing right by this motor. Its a beauty!
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To bring this full circle...

I'm sure it was timed at SMW.


Fire it up. get your hands on a dial back and check just to be sure.


You'll be fine.
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