I am running an E6X with 4 IGN 1A coils with wasted spark.
Coils 1 and 4 are wired together to the ignition 1 wire and coils 2 and 3 are wired together to the ignition 2 wire. The engine runs pretty well and has been on the dyno for a tune however one of the coils melted down during idle a few weeks ago. I got a new IGN 1A coil and the dealer suggested that I check the voltage on the trigger wires coming from the haltech and if there was zero volts with key on engine off I would be good to go. I checked and found 11.5 volts at the trigger wires for both sets of coils.
I talked with the tuner who setup the program and he said,
it is set to constant dwell of 3.5 msec right now to try and no overheat the coil.
I have been reading though the forum a bit and have not see a post about this issue. I read that a lot of people are using the ls1 coils, not sure if that would solve my issue.
Is there a different setting in the software I could use so my coils do not over heat?
Let me know if you need more info.
The setup is on a BMW E30 with a turbo M10 engine.
Thank you for your time,
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