This is a very powerful ignition with morefeatures than you will ever need. Sort of a Pro Stock item.. It's mostly direct as the margins are low for resellers and not many people stock the system. The complete system costs nearly $1,000.00 by the time you buy coils (single or dual plug variations), custom wires, wiring harness and, in the case of turbos a 3 Bar Map Sensor. Add in shipping costs and it gets expensive. It's the one we recommend and the one we use on the race bikes.
You don't want to use any "Nose Cone" systems or units from second tier suppliers as this area gets too hot. Otherwise, for most applications we recommend programmable Daytona Twin Tec or DYNA 2000P units that have retard or V.O.E.S features.. We avoid most other aftermarket ignitions as they provide little benefit and most often decrease reliability in areas like connectors and wiring details. Until we come out with something better these are your choices for your ORCA.
This is a big clunky critter. If it is a bit too much for your tastes and available space you should skip it and go to the Daytona Twin Tec or Dyna 2000P programmable units. About half the cost by the time you buy everything.
Bosch Motorsport Coil
This is the coil we chose to use on the Bonneville Bullett along with a custom set of Magnecor wires. .5 Ohm, compatible with the MC-4...No we don't sell them. We use them, but we don't sell them.
Both these units can be programmed with a laptop if you order the optional cables and software. We recommend single fire. Both companies have ignition coils in various configurations. In the case of turbos we use two spark plugs per cylinder. In the case of high compression normally aspirated ORCAS we use single spark plugs and compression releases.