Thinking ahead to my planned 2nd install, this will be on a 4 stroke single cylinder twin plugged engine, crank sensor on 28 tooth sprocket and cam sensor with single window. Currently the engine has two traditional 6V coils wired in series fed by 12V, both firing at the same time and so both sparks have full power. I plan to fit a Secu 3t with 1 or 2 ignitors ?, based on the documentation with sequential ignition and the software being told the engine is one cylinder then only ignitor one will be sending a signal, can this ignitor one signal be send to two separate COP coils telling them both to fire at the same time or does it only reach one coil, should this be a series or parallel connection. If not is there a way to get ignitor one and two to send a signal simultaneously.
A twin coil is possible but one side is normally wasted spark and leaves plenty of energy for the compressed side, with both plugs needing to fire under the compression spark the energy is reduced, I have used a 12V twin coil in traditional ignition setup and it is not as good as the 2 6V coils.