DEARBORN, Mich. -- ACTIA Corporation, a wholly owned subsidiary of the ACTIA Group (an international automotive company with over 20 years of experience producing diagnostic tools for cars and trucks), has introduced a complete range of motorcycle diagnostic tools.
The DIAG4BIKE range allows non-franchised dealers the same capabilities to interrogate and diagnose the electronic engine controls previously only available with the OEM tools. Today the tool supports Harley Davidson, BMW and KTM models (Buell and Triumph support coming soon).
DIAG4BIKE can offer independent workshops and tuners the opportunity to diagnose various engine faults as well as reprogram important engine settings like RPM and other security-related functions. The tool can also integrate live data from a voltmeter to give the user a broad range of diagnostic options. The DIAG4BIKE is a complete range of diagnostic tools that is poised to change the face of the aftermarket diagnostics for bikes and give the independent workshops and users unprecedented access.
The ACTIA Group
Since it was founded in 1986, the ACTIA Group is a major player in its core business: automotive electronics systems design, manufacture and diagnostics. Operating in 15 countries, ACTIA® now employs some 2,500 people around the world and offers its customers big-name international vehicle manufacturers expertise based on genuine commitments to Innovation, Quality and the Environment.
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