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How about any Can Am products? The newest factory ecu has only one crank sensor, no cam position sensor, and runs a 80° V-Twin, odd fire, four stroke, non wasted spark, and calculate timing by crank acceleration. Can any ViPec ecu's calculate timing this way?

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No not currently.

Most likely uses MAP sensor to sync, but I know some V twins use acceleration.

Currently we do not have decoding to allow for this type of triggering.

Definitely uses acceleration, I know the factory coder, works great!

Bosch is the mfgr of the factory ecu. If the ViPec could calculate timing by acceleration, it would solve lotsa ignition problems, like sync errors & such.

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