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carlsonjustin

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  1. Thanks for the advice. I put your suggestion in teh summary which I wrote in the general section. I'm definitely give you a shout soon about riding. I'll get the bike all insured today and register it on MOnday! Justin
  2. Thanks for all the suggestions. Personally I like the pitbull, in the house with a glock option but this might be difficult as I've already baracaded myself in my room and am running low on rations. Or I could eat the dog. Contrastinly, the Xena XN15/XCL lock/chain combo looks to be a great option as the lock has an alarm with motion detector. In addition the lock can be used seperately from the chain as a disklock. http://www.xenasecurity.com/product/motorbikes/XN15/page1/ http://www.lockitt.com/chain4.htm Another option was the "precision igition set" : That means that you install a sistem on your bike that cuts the ignition line so soon you leave the bike for more then 30 meters.(you have on some place at your body a small e-box)No one could easily start the bike.It comes with a motion sensor too.You try to move it,and a nasty alarm will start.And if someone takes your bike in motion(started) he will be able to leave the scene,but after a few minutes.......engine dies.Is the best with a smal U lock on your chain weehl. This system seems similar to the Honda HISS: New Honda Ignition Security System (H.I.S.S.) One of Honda’s most recent innovations in the fight against motorcycle theft—and now included on the new 2001 VTR1000F Firestorm—is the Honda Ignition Security System, or H.I.S.S. for short. This advanced anti-theft ignition system features a special electronic interlock that prevents the engine from being started by any other key than the two originally supplied with the motorcycle, each of which features a special coded chip implanted in its plastic grip. When the coil antenna built into the ring surrounding the upper edge of the ignition switch detects the presence of an encoded key, it transmits the key’s unique code number to the ignition system’s electronic control unit (ECU), which instantly checks the number against either of the two codes it is programmed to recognise. If the code matches, as indicated by the lighting of a corresponding LED built into the Firestorm’s new meter panel, the engine can be started normally. However, if the key code does not match the ECU’s programmed code number, even if the key is otherwise identical and turns the switch, the ignition remains disabled and the engine cannot be started. Since the engine is disabled at the heart of its ignition system, it cannot be bypassed by either hot-wiring the ignition or exchanging the ignition switch module. H.I.S.S. Indicator Light Operation The H.I.S.S. system is instantly engaged when the ignition key is switched off and removed, and its panel-mounted indicator light continues to blink once every 5 seconds for a period of 24 hours to visually ward off potential thieves, After this period, the light automatically switches off, although the system remains fully active. While the Firestorm’s anti-theft ignition system cannot protect the motorcycle against every possibility of theft, it does effectively prevent the motorcycle from being ridden away—one of the most common occurrences—thus making it more difficult and time-consuming to attempt to steal. A bright yellow diamond-shaped H.I.S.S. sticker placed on top of the Firestorm’s fuel tank clearly indicates to potential thieves and joy-riders the presence of this highly effective new system, and will hopefully convince them to give up and look elsewhere. I haven't found where to buy this system yet but I will take suggestion and continue my searching. Enjoy, Justin
  3. Hello all, I just bought a street legat XR650R that I’d like not to get stolen. Does anyone have any non-chain, I’ll buy one tomorrow, non-key options to keep someone from stealing the bike? The chains I'm looking at are: http://www.kryptonitelock.com/inetisscripts/abtinetis.exe/PublicArticleFind@Public New York Chain New York Fahgettaboudit http://www.motrax.co.uk/Index_pages/security/chaincover.htm Hexagon with Shakle Onguard has the Mastiff Beast Thanks for your feedback Enjoy, Justin
  4. non-chain anti-theft suggestions needed for non-keyed street legal XR650R in San Diego Hello all, I just bought a street legat XR650R that I’d like not to get stolen. Does anyone have any non-chain, I’ll buy one tomorrow, non-key options to keep someone from stealing the bike? Enjoy, Justin
  5. Does anyone have any opinions regarding chain/lock combos, saftey, length/weight issues? I’ve heard not to buy lock with a ring key as they can be picked with a ball point pen. Here are a few I found: http://www.kryptonitelock.com/inetisscripts/abtinetis.exe/PublicArticleFind@Public New York Chain New York Fahgettaboudit http://www.motrax.co.uk/Index_pages/security/chaincover.htm Hexagon with Shakle Onguard has the Mastiff Beast Thanks for your feedback. Justin
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