Actually PowerCDI supports or can support most of the single-cylinder carbureted enduro, motocross, trial and motard 2 stroke
bikes from KTM, Husaberg, Husqvarna (by KTM), Beta, TM, Gas Gas, Fantic, and 4 stroke
bikes from KTM, Beta, TM, Husqvarna, Husaberg, Suzuki and Kawasaki. We have also developed inexpensive modules (for the most just connectors' adapters) to extend the support also to other models that use a different system than the ones previously listed, e.g. the Yamaha YZ 125 and YZ 250, which are thus also supported. To use the PowerCDI on another bike, in every case where it is physically possible to adapt it, there's no need to purchase another control unit, it's sufficient to reconfigure it (with the help of our very renowned technical assistance, even through remote assistance) and, if necessary, to add an inexpensive connectors' adapter. PowerCDI supports more different vehicles than any other CDI, and can of course be used also on road bikes, ATV's and karts. For vehicles (e.g. karts) that we still do not directly support, we can supply the connector with wires already crimped on the terminals, so all you have to do is to connect them to the pickup, stator, ignition coil, etc.. being able to fully rely on our extensive technical support, including remote assistance for the unit configuration and the creation of custom maps, thanks to objective feedback resulting from telemetry and the exclusive dynamometer function. We can extract the maps from your original CDI, to be used as a starting point: we provide this service unlimitedly free of charge to all our customers, just send us your CDI (that we will send back usually the next day), from which we will extract the maps and we will add them to our already huge collection, enabling you to use them as a base and develop them further, if you want, with our engine experts' help who also offer extremely valuable support in carburetor, fuel injection setup and all the other aspects of optimal engine tuning.
The electronic fuel injection is already supported in the firmware and soon interface modules (connectors adapters) will be put on the market for support where possible of some 1-injector fuel injected vehicles. They are relatively inexpensive add-on modules which will thus enhance the investment already made on the PowerCDI, which then will also support fuel injected bikes/ATV's/karts, in addition to 2-stroke and 4-stroke carbureted ones that already are, almost all, supported. For the more sophisticated motorbikes, especially those with 2 injectors, such as TPI, we will shortly offer (more details here)
a dedicated, and specific PowerCDI model, yet reusable on another class of motorcycles (in addition to the already mentioned TPI 250/300 of KTM and Husqvarna, the same engine control unit will be usable also on all Beta f.i. 4 strokes and on all Sherco f.i. 4 strokes, plus 2018+ Sherco carburetor 2 strokes, without the need of any adapter, just by quick reconfiguration).
Also other modules will be developed and marketed for extending the engine control unit functions, for example an electric actuator for the clutch featuring automatic, anti-stall or slipper function, all while maintaining the original clutch basket and at the cost of the lone actuator, so with a much less expense than replacing the clutch with another mechanical one, and with greater versatility. Even this function is already supported in the firmware, and the actuator module is in an advanced stage of design.
PowerCDI exploits very effectively the gear sensor on the bikes where it is already available as standard. And, in those bikes where it is not, adding a gear sensor, it is possible not only to customize maps and engine response depending on the gear in use, but also to enable the quick shifter
function, that is the power cutting during a gear change, thus allowing to change gear while maintaining the throttle wide open with no need to engage the clutch. These accessories are usually offered on the market in the form of additional control units, at the price of several hundreds EUR, while with the PowerCDI it will be enough just to buy a sensor and to enable the function, which is already supported in the current firmware.
Even the direct management of the electronic exhaust power-valve of the 2-stroke engines is already supported in the firmware, and the module for the TMEES (the electronic power-valve by TM) is already on the market, allowing the PowerCDI to make also the function of the second original control unit, the one that controls the exhaust valve, thus PowerCDI lets the user map in 4D (RPM, TPS and gear) the power-valve with total and absolute freedom. A kit with an actuator is under development to transform to electronic power-valve the KTM and other brands' one, to let the PowerCDI directly manage the power-valve, and it is possible to keep the management of the oil-injection pump in those bikes (eg. Beta) that provide it.
PowerCDI is a powerful and versatile electronic brain featuring countless functions. It is designed to be expanded in all possible ways. These and other features, combined with the adaptability and thus portability to many vehicles, make PowerCDI a cost-effective and long lasting investment, unlike the other control units dedicated to a single bike's model and year, even regardless of the countless functions available only on the PowerCDI.
All software and firmware updates are free of charge lifetime, simply download the update and run it, after having connected the USB cable (which is standard), thereby increasing the functions or improving the system (already extremely mature today, the PowerCDI is tried and tested: it is mounted on several bikes since several years ago).