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AEM Coil-On-Plug (COP) Conversion Kit for B-Series Honda Engines

 

AEM's B-Series Coil-On-Plug (COP) Conversion Kit (Part Number 30-2860) eliminates both the known performance issues common to the B-series engine's factory igniter and the need to replace your aging cap/rotor/wire assembly. It delivers outstanding coil-on-plug performance for stock to moderately modified engines at an affordable price because you do not need to add a capacitive discharge ignition module to make this conversion.

 

 

WHY YOU WANT ONE

AEM's COP B-series Conversion Kit is the perfect ignition upgrade for naturally-aspirated or boosted B-Series engines that do not exceed 15 PSI of boost. It is highly affordable as it does not require the integration of a CDI module. For the weekend racer or performance enthusiast, it eliminates the dwell issues common to the factory distributor as RPM increases by providing an individual coil for each cylinder.

If your B-Series engine is stock or mildly modified, why replace factory components when you can upgrade to an affordable, premium NO MAINTENANCE coil-on-plug ignition system? It is commonly known that the factory igniter on the B-Series engine is prone to failure. Further, as distributors age timing signal quality can decrease and lead to poor engine performance.

AEM's B-Series COP Conversion Kit eliminates energy losses associated with a deteriorated cap/rotor/wire assembly and includes an igniter that has been tested under the most rigorous conditions we could conceive. "I literally tried to explode this igniter in testing," stated lead Project Engineer Jeremy Negen. "I ran it at over 10,000 RPM for over 24 hours with a dwell time that was advanced almost 50% of the way past current saturation-3.2mS versus 2.2mS-and it asked for more. It was a ridiculous condition that no igniter would ever see under even extreme operation, and it just kept going."

In testing by Honda tuning and fabrication expert Bisi Ezerioha of Bisimoto Engineering, "over 530 wheel horsepower was achieved on a turbocharged B18C GS-R engine with the AEM B-Series COP Conversion Kit with NGK Iridium spark plugs (BKR8EIX) gapped to 0.023" and no CDI module," stated Bisi. "This is the perfect coil-on-plug ignition system for moderate naturally-aspirated B-Series/Honda set ups, or boosted B-Series engines running 15 PSI or less. The harness is very straightforward, and the performance increase we saw speaks for itself."

 

 

ADVANCED FEATURES AND SIMPLE INSTALLATION

AEM's COP B-Series Conversion Kit is ideal for use with the AEM EMS and most aftermarket ECUs, and includes instructions for easy wire routing. It also allows for individual ignition trim tuning via a programmable EMS.

The COP B-Series Conversion Kit includes AEM's Engine Position Module to deliver a reliable timing pattern for the AEM EMS or other aftermarket EMS, a 4-ChannelCoil Driver that drives 2-wire "dumb" coils, AEM's CDI Pencil Coils, a Motorsports-grade harness and connectors and a plug & play wiring harness that is labeled and silk-screened for simple installation.

 

AEM B-SERIES COP CONVERSION RACER FEATURES

  • Delivers outstanding coil-on-plug performance without the added cost of a CDI!
  • Upgrade to a 'No Maintenance' ignition system! Eliminates all known factory ignition system issues
  • Ideal for B-Series engines from naturally aspirated to boosted versions that do not exceed 15 PSI
  • A complete COP conversion system with comprehensive instructions and design that eases installation

 

AEM B-SERIES COP CONVERSION TUNER FEATURES

  • For use with most programmable engine management systems
  • Instructions included with easy hook up reference for AEM EMS or common aftermarket ECUs
  • Plug & Play wiring harness is labeled and stamped for easy wire identification and installation
  • Eliminates factory igniter with 'bulletproof' AEM 4-Channel Coil Driver for driving 2-wire individual "dumb" coils
  • Includes AEM CDI Pencil coils
  • Includes AEM Engine Position Module to deliver a reliable timing pattern to the AEM EMS or aftermarket ECU
  • Motorsports-grade harness

 

 

GET MORE INFO

Please visit www.aemelectronics.com or call (310) 484-2322 for more information or to find an Authorized AEM Electronics dealer or Factory-Trained tuner.

AEM's B-Series Coil-On-Plug Conversion Kit is legal in California only for racing vehicles which may never be used upon a highway.

 

 

WARNING! Use this system with EXTREME caution! Misuse of this product can lead to major engine/vehicle damage. If you are not well versed in engine dynamics and automotive ignition systems please do not attempt installation of this product. For technical assistance, please visit our forum or visit our dealer locator for a Factory Trained tuner near you. AEM holds no responsibility for any engine damage that results from the misuse of this product!

 

 

ABOUT AEM

Advanced Engine Management's performance electronics are Engineered to Outperform. The company designs, manufactures and assembles engine management systems, wideband air/fuel systems, water/methanol injection systems, performance gauges, boost controllers, ignition components, fuel delivery components and adjustable cam gears at its corporate headquarters in Hawthorne, CA.

 

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Comments
ny%speed
ny%speedlink
Saturday, January 21, 2012 12:55 PM
Looks good! any chance of some nissan SR love?
Fabrik8
Fabrik8link
Saturday, January 21, 2012 1:09 PM
There's nothing "Motorsports-grade" about that harness, but it's good marketing spin I guess.. The braided sleeve is a really good cost cutting measure and keeps the wiring relatively neat at least.
JDMized
JDMizedlink
Saturday, January 21, 2012 6:00 PM
That's a great news.
When my coils give up, I might consider it.
OMG Its Weasel
OMG Its Weasellink
Saturday, January 21, 2012 7:39 PM
I still can't get used to the missing cap on the B-powered cars I've already seen with similar setups. At 300 dollars to replace everything from rotor to plugs on those old b-series motors, this isn't that bad of a deal when you consider the benefits.
SixCylinders
SixCylinderslink
Sunday, January 22, 2012 2:10 PM
Makes me sad I don't drive a honda...then again I like driving cars that people don't like to steal!
JDMized
JDMizedlink
Sunday, January 22, 2012 3:43 PM
@SixCilinders: you're right. Every morning is a gamble. I walk into the garage, hoping my EG6 still is the the same spot I left it the night before.
Then again, having a "rat-looking" Civic, all banged up, scratches and rust on the body panels deters somewhat any potential thief.
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