An ignition control unit (ICU) is an electronic device that controls the ignition system in a vehicle, ensuring that the engine starts and runs smoothly. The ICU is responsible for controlling the timing and duration of the spark that ignites the fuel in the engine’s cylinders.
In 2018, modern ICU units had advanced features and capabilities, such as microprocessor control, real-time engine monitoring, and advanced diagnostic capabilities. Some ICU units also incorporated features such as knock detection and correction, which help to prevent engine damage and optimize performance.
ICU units in 2018 were typically designed to be compact and durable, with advanced heat dissipation and protection features to ensure reliable operation even in extreme conditions. Many ICU units also included features such as built-in rev limiters, adjustable timing, and programmable control options, allowing for precise control over the ignition system for optimal performance in different driving conditions.
ICU units in 2018 were available in a variety of sizes and configurations to accommodate different engines and vehicle types. They were typically designed to be easy to install, with plug-and-play wiring harnesses and simple setup procedures.
Overall, the ICU units available in 2018 represented a significant advancement in ignition system technology, offering advanced features and capabilities for improved engine performance, reliability, and diagnostic capabilities.
! = Only for carburetor models of Race Titanium
ICU 2018 signalization (A000222), ICU 2018 wiring harness GP (A000436), ICU 2018 wiring harness Race (A000440) and ICU 2018 wiring harness Starter (A000456) ARE NOT INCLUDED.