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  • Using Car alarms on bikes

    so what do u guys think? i know a car alarm would have more of a drain but i drive my bike everyday? is anyone out there using an alarm made for a car, how about remote start

  • #2
    Why not get a bike alarm?

    A remote start on a bike? do you really want to ask yourself "is it REALLY in neutral" every time you start it?
    TLOTM:
    May 2003
    August 2004

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    • #3
      this one company supposedly has a feature where it want crank if your not in nuetral, in not a must have for me i just saw an add an wondered what the team thought, well the reason y im thinking of a car alarm is because i havent seen any for a bike that has the paging abilitiy

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      • #4
        http://www.cycletrak.com/id1.html


        Check this one out. You will be paged, and then you get to hunt down the prick that took your bike .

        TLOTM:
        May 2003
        August 2004

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        • #5
          Get a bike alarm. If you love your ride enough to want to put an alarm on it why not put something that was designed for bikes. Alot less worries
          Galfer braided lines throughout, ATRE, UFO tailight, ET79 Undertail and Hugger, 520 16/39 Gold Chain combo, Full Yosh C/F exhuast, Corbin seat, Ohlins Steering Damper, Ohlins Rear Suspension, Tinted Double Bubble Windscreen, Sylvania Superwhites, Yosh Box Remapped and all protected by GORILLA Alarm System

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          • #6
            Mine cost $100 from tricktape.com and has an imobilizer, shock sensor, 125db siren, hazard light control and remote start. There isnt a problem with the remote start as the safety interlocks are still in place, you have to rewire the clutch switch but thats easy, if its in gear the sidestand will still prevent starting.

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