Since 2007 Triumph Twin Power have been the innovators of remapping modified ignition advance curves for the Triumph twin range. Being the only company Worldwide to offer this service for the carb model igniter units, we have built up a wealth of knowledge and experience. Before starting this service we developed reliable ignition advance curves to help bring together the tractability & power of your engine modifications. Our ignition advance maps have been developed with many hours of dyno testing and real world road work to ensure you get the very best in tractability and power delivery available from your Triumph twin.
This remap is for every bike, it works for a "bog standard" engine or one with airbox or pod filter modifications along with any exhaust system changes you've made. The Stage 1 ignition advance curve helps make the most of your bike's power & torque.
Due to engine efficiency changes with performance cams installed, you will not release all the power available from your hardware if used with the stock ignition advance curve. The OEM curve is conservative on a modified bike, if this curve is used with performance cams, the spark fires too late to burn all the fuel, which reduces power output and you'll not achieve the full power potential of the modifications that you've installed.
The stage 3 remap is required for bikes with a 904 big bore kit fitted. The higher compression ratio induces a higher fuel burn rate which changes the engine dynamics and pinking could occur with the standard ignition advance. Also you won't gain the expected power increase without the correct ignition advance curve.
The stage 4 remap is required for bikes with a 904 big bore kit and performance camshafts fitted. This combination requires a different set of maps due to the changes in the engine dynamics and pinking could occur with the standard ignition advance. Also you won't gain the expected power increase without the correct ignition advance curve.