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PC IIIR vs Ignition Module...FYI

This was brought up in a discussion in the chat room. I email Dyno Jet and this is what their response was:

Basically they accomplish the same thing. The PCIIIr alters the crank signal which fools the ECU into delivering a different timing curve. The ignition module actually drives the coils which is a much more precise way of handling the timing. The Ignition Module will also allow you to extend the rev limiter on many models.



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Good to know the details.

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they don't make a PCIIIR for the 10.


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Ignition module also lets you tune each cylinder separately.

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Didn't know that....More good info.....I was just asking a generic question about the difference between the two.

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what if you combine them together?
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what if you combine them together?
Ignition module needs the pc3usb to work, not the pc3r, which killer says they don't make for the 10.

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Exactly get the PCIIIusb and an Ignition Module if you want it all.

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Exactly get the PCIIIusb and an Ignition Module if you want it all.
Already got it, from Ivan with his map- already had the TRE. Very happy.

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