Electromotive Ignition systems for Sprint Cars & Midgets
While Electromotive has been building industry leading ignition systems for many years, many Sprint Car and Midget racers have only now begun to explore the benefits of these systems. As battery powered and crank fired ignitions become more commonplace, racers are beginning to look toward Electromotive, the authority in crank fired ignition, to help them reach their performance goals.
The benefits to Sprint Cars and Midgets are many. The reliability of an ignition system with no moving parts to wear out and fail is a huge advantage. Gone are the expensive magneto rebuilds. Gone are the failed magneto drive gears. With these expenses and failures behind them, racers can look forward to more funds for racing, and more appearances in the winner's circle.
Another benefit of the ignition system lies in its timing accuracy. The Electromotive system cannot be equaled when it comes to the ability to keep the timing rock steady. This not only equates to more consistent and powerful engine operation, but to extended engine life as well. Electromotive customers have discovered time and again that their engines are showing much less bearing wear between rebuilds, and fewer on track engine failures.
With this growth in demand, Electromotive has addressed the one thing that has made installing this ignition system difficult for Sprint Car racers. With the release of the Electromotive Sprint Car crank trigger kit it couldn't be easier to adapt this system to your Sprint Car engine. This kit is designed to fit between your timing cover and water pump, and is less than an inch thick. It also has a provision for a back up crank sensor built in.
When Electromotive started building ignition systems 26 years ago, we held the same beliefs we do today. A well-engineered ignition system can benefit racers in important ways such as greater reliability, reduced engine wear, and increased performance. These features alone will help reduce the cost of racing. Combine them with the fact that the XDI ignition often costs less than a Magneto ignition, and never has to be rebuilt, and the decision becomes even more obvious. Let Electromotive show you why our competitors don't want you to find out what a REAL ignition system can do.