Cable harnesses for the Healtech ARA Advanced Rider Assistant.
Please ensure you have selected the correct cable harness for your bike, as indicated by the Healtech Product Advisor.
If you have any doubt, or the ARA is not indicated for your bike, please contact us.
The Healtech ARA "Advanced Rider Assistant" is the ultimate accessory to get the maximum enjoyment and safety from your motorcycle.
Ever feel that the power of your bike is more than you can safely use?
The ARA provides the intelligent limitation of that power …. so you never lose control, ensuring the most efficient use of that power in all situations.
Traction Control / Anti-Wheelie Control ("AW-TC")
12 stages of control are available, to suit your preference and riding style, ensuring wheel grip/traction is always maintained, even with the most powerful sportsbikes and the most demanding riders.
Launch Control ("LC")
Maximise your take-off velocity and acceleration with no danger of wheelies.
Top Speed Limiter (Pit Lane Limiter – "PIT")
Set your top speed or pit lane speed: activated by a dedicated switch. Avoid pit lane penalties or set a limit for less-experienced riders.
The ARA is compatible with many motorcycles. Find your bike in the Healtech Product Advisor. If the ARA is not listed for your bike, please contact us.
ABS-equipped bikes: there are plug and play harnesses available to facilitate he installation.
Bikes without ABS: an additional speed sensor disc must be installed to use with the ARA.
Note the ARA is compatible only with bikes having a Transistor-controlled Ignition (TCI). It is not compatible with older bikes having Capacitor Discharge Ignition (CDI).
What do I Need to Buy?
The Healtech Product Advisor will tell you the components required for your bike:
In this case, the Yamaha MT-07 2014 (no ABS) requires the purchase of the ARA-1 module + the ARA-K4A cable kit + the ARA-D08 speed sensor ring kit. All the ARA components are listed in this section of the shop: ARA - Advanced Rider Assistant.
The ARA requires a speed signal from both wheels. This allows it to know when a wheel is losing traction and so when to control the power.
ABS-equipped bikes already have speed sensors on both wheels, so these are the easiest bikes on which to install the ARA.
For bikes without ABS, a speed sensor and disc must be installed on the wheel without a factory sensor (usually the front wheel). Although wheel speed sensor kits in various sizes are available, mechanical skills are required and some modification may be necessary to fit the sensor ring safely.
Typical Installation Procedure
- Connect the ARA harness to the ignition coil signal wire. This may be using a plug & play harness or a direct connection, depending on the bike.
- Connect the ARA harness to the ABS module where fitted (two direct connections) or install the speed sensor disc for non-ABS bikes.
- Connect the ARA harness to the clutch switch signal wire.
- Connect the ARA harness to a 0v/ground point.
- Install the ARA control switch on the handlebar.
- Install the ARA LED status indicator.
There are pictorial installation guides available on the Healtech website, listed in the ARA section.
All configuration settings for the ARA module are managed wirelessly via Wifi by the ARA app (Android/Apple): no need to physically access the ARA module after installation.
Although all Setup and Configuration information and Help is contained within the app, a pdf configuration guide is also available for download here.
Compatibility List for Search Engines
ALWAYS use the Healtech Product Advisor for the most up-to-date compatibility information.
This static list is intended for search engine use only and is NOT to be used as a reference/is subject to constant changes.