Inner Rotor Ignition Malossi MHR TEAM 2 Minarelli AM6 / Derbi.
Malossi's MHR Team 2 ignition is a high-performance ignition that combines state-of-the-art modern technologies with the long-term know-how and race experience Malossi acquired over many years. Malossi is addressing some long-running problems tuners had to deal with in older racing ignitions.
This high-end ignition allows for not only switching between several curves but also for adjusting a chosen ignition curve by + / - 2° with a simple click.The new CDI is now even more immune to interferences and is equipped with a microprocessor based on uP STM8 - 8 bits with more than 20 MIPS (millions of instructions per second) processor speed; spark timing is much more accurate than with the previous versions.
The CDI included with the MHR Team 2 ignition allows for variable ignition timing. Ignition is timed according to engine speed (rpm) to ensure optimum performance. The main settings are:
- MAPS: map selection
- OFFSET: modify selected curve by + ou – 2° (0.5° tolerance)
- LIM: aimed at 4-stroke engines - adjust rev limiter (11.500 à 14.300 rpm) or deactivates rev limiter altogether, 16 positions
You can choose from 8 pre-set ignition curves:
- 2-stroke engine: 6 preset curves for advancing ignition timing
- 4-stroke engine: 1 preset curve for advancing ignition timing
- universal setting: 1 fixed curve
Malossi overhauled the entire ignition and went for first-rate components only. The new high-voltage coil has a maximum discharge of 40 KV for speeds over 3,000 rpm and a sensational ramp up period of @10bar> 1750 V/uS. Also new and improved - the rotor / stator assy which were both redesigned and are now even more stable and efficient; on a mechanical and electronic level, rotor and stator now work even better together.
Electrical performance of this redesigned ignition is now 20% improved, minimum starting rpm has been reduced from 450rpm to 370rpm, the stator is 30% lighter (- 100g).
If you're wondering if this high-end ignition is really worth it, we have to respond with a resounding yes - if you are seriously into tuning / racing. The increased voltage for the ignition spark at lower rpms will give you the edge you need to win the race.