Fireball HI-4E ignition systems are aftermarket upgrades for Harley-Davidson motorcycles.
The Crane Fireball HI-4E Ignition system is an aftermarket motorcycle ignition replacement system manufactured by Crane Cams, located in Daytona, Florida. The Fireball HI-4E series of ignition systems provides a suitable upgrade option for various high-performance Harley-Davidson motorcycles, including the Evolution and Sportster models. The HI-4E can adjust engine rotations from 1,500 to 9,900 engine rotations per minute.
Fireball H1-4E Series
The Fireball HI-4E multi-spark ignition can be installed on 1984 to 1994 Harley-Davidson Evolution motorcycles, and 1984 to 1993 Harley-Davidson Sportster motorcycles outfitted with 7-pin connectors. The H1-4E ignition can significantly increase engine torque and top-level horsepower. The H1-4E is mounted externally and is constructed from black anodized billet aluminum. The H1-4E can be toggled between single and multiple fire modes.
Fireball HI-4E 8-3101
The Fireball HI-4E 8-3101 model multi-spark ignition system is compatible with 1995 to 1999 Harley-Davidson Evolution big twin motorcycles equipped with an 8-pin connector. The HI-4E 8-3101 is also compatible with 1994 to 1997 Harley-Davidson Sportster model motorcycles.
Fireball HI-4TC series
The Fireball HI-4TC series multi-spark ignition is compatible with 1999 to 2003 Harley-Davidson motorcycles equipped with twin camshaft engines. The HI-4TC enables adjustable rear cylinder firing from -5 to +4 with the rotating retarding control. The HI-4TC can adjust engine rotations from 1,500 to 9,900 engine rotations per minute. The HI-4TC is constructed in a black anodized aluminum casing.
FireBall HI-4TC 8-3180
The Fireball HI-4TC 8-3180 plug-in ignition can be installed on Harley-Davidson Twin Cam 88 engines built from 2004 to 2006. The Fireball HI-4TC enables advanced data storage using the on-board computer system, and is compatible with the engine diagnostics and scanning too. The HI-4TC can be easily adjusted to fit a wide variety of engine firing sequences.