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What is the Best Alarm for a bike?
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What is the Best Alarm for a bike? - July 1, 2008, 09:44 PM

with all the recent activities with motorcycle theft in the area. I'm wounding what is the best alarm/security you can get. I've seen people Chain their front and back tire to a pole. heard them loud annoying sounds. Low Jack etc what do you all think is a good system setup. i've heard of the ones that send you a msg if the bike feels it's been move but by the time you get out their are you to late?
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Scorpio's

I actually have one for sale, another member said he wanted it but I'm not certain he still does. Comes with the perimeter sensor, keyfob, etc.


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July 1, 2008, 10:14 PM

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Scorpio's

I actually have one for sale, another member said he wanted it but I'm not certain he still does. Comes with the perimeter sensor, keyfob, etc.




well let me know whats up and i will need help installing it thinking of lowjack also to put on the bike as well
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July 1, 2008, 10:29 PM

+1 for scorpio. Have one on mine with all the tricks.


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HOW-TO: Install a scorpio alarm

Read this, installation is easy.


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HOW-TO: Install a scorpio alarm

Read this, installation is easy.



yeah should be no sweat... thanks for the link
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Let me know if you're interested in buying mine. It was super easy to install, and worked flawlessly. I really liked the pager option, more than once I ran outside in the middle of the night when it went off.

May have saved the bike. I'm asking $220 for it, was installed on my 750 for about 4 months. Unit/Peri Sensor/Keyfob/Charger. Comes with a gixxer harness ($20)


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whatever you do I would stay away from lojack. it can get messy.......real fast lol
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whatever you do I would stay away from lojack. it can get messy.......real fast lol
why stay away from lojack??
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why stay away from lojack??

I'd like to hear this..


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