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Installation----Scorpio Alarm SR-i500SE on a ZX-10, 07
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Installation----Scorpio Alarm SR-i500SE on a ZX-10, 07 - February 17, 2007, 12:18 PM

is it really a Plug & Play? someone said the alarm system is so easy to install, a cave man can do it.


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February 17, 2007, 01:50 PM

Stonerider - I bought one of the first 2006 ZX-10s (early last February), and installed that alarm, including the engine kill switch. I had installed a scorpio alarm on my 1999 ZX-11 7 years earlier, so it was like starting from scratch for me. I still was able to install it in a night, but only after finding out that it was not plug and play because the 06 was different than thhe 04-05 models. I called scorpio, and they asked me to take a picture of my connector, and they immediately sent me a replacement, overnight, making it plug and play. The service from that company was incredible. They were thankful that I helped them get the plug and play connectors right, and I was happy to deal with them. Go for it!
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February 18, 2007, 06:04 PM

I posted a how-to.

Check that.


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February 18, 2007, 08:19 PM

Thanks Ben, it sound like an easy fit. I can install an entire car sound system, but never tried installing on a bike. Picking up my new ZX-10, Mar 3 and will give it a shot with your how to -- HOW-TO: Install a scorpio alarm


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