Mac Tools Introduces the New First-to-Market MS5650 Motorcycle Scan Tool

Mac Tools Introduces the New First-to-Market MS5650 Motorcycle Scan Tool

Mac Tools introduces the new Motorcycle Scan Tool - MS5650. This device does the job of many factory tools, saving the end user time and money by using just one tool. This first-to-market, Mac-exclusive Motorcycle Scan Tool will improve the productivity of motorcycle mechanics everywhere.

Mac Tools introduces the new Motorcycle Scan Tool – MS5650. This device does the job of many factory tools, saving the end user time and money by using just one tool. This first-to-market, Mac-exclusive Motorcycle Scan Tool will improve the productivity of motorcycle mechanics everywhere.

More and more motorcycles have electronic diagnostics and will need to be repaired professionally. As motorcycle systems become more sophisticated, the global standards are driving platforms. The new global emissions regulations mean more sophisticated motorcycle systems. The growth in complexity of motorcycle systems demanded the development of a device that can keep up with the technology.

The new MS5650 Motorcycle Scan Tool can diagnose and reset virtually all major electronic systems from all global and major motorcycle manufacturers including these top brands: Harley Davidson, Yamaha, Honda, Kawasaki, BMW, Ducati and Suzuki. The scanner helps the user unlock the immobilizer, make injection adjustments (CO trimmer), adjust the throttle valve position sensor (TPS), configure the immobilizer/alarm, reset auto-adaptive parameters and make idling adjustments. The scanner has both an automatic and manual search mode, a comprehensive database of motorcycle models and systems (including cable type and connector position), and a set of diagnostic procedures. All this, wrapped up with all required cables in a hard carry case.

All bases are covered with the systems and applications that are included such as ignition, injection, immobilizer, ABS, instrument panel and service light reset. A comprehensive device, this tool displays data from the ECU, read (and erase) stored faults and displays “live” data such as RPM, battery voltage, throttle angle, etc.

Since the industry is calling for consistent advancement in diagnostics technology to comply with the motorcycle industry, updates for the Motorcycle Scanner 5650 will be available electronically. As manufacturers add electronic diagnostic systems to their motorcycles, you can update your device making the MS5650 Motorcycle Scan Tool the most comprehensive and complete Motorcycle Scan Tool on the market today!

To order the Mac Tools Motorcycle Scan Tool – MS5650, contact your local Mac Tools distributor or call 1-800-MACTOOLS.

For more information about product offered by Mac Tools, please visit www.mactools.com.

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