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Are there any good security systems out there for bikes. I'd like to get one because I plan on riding to school which is in downtown columbus. I'm trying to avoid problems. I'd like to be able to arm it and tell me if someone bumps it or touches it or whatever. Is there anything like that available?
 

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Are there any good security systems out there for bikes. I'd like to get one because I plan on riding to school which is in downtown columbus. I'm trying to avoid problems. I'd like to be able to arm it and tell me if someone bumps it or touches it or whatever. Is there anything like that available?
Yes get a pit bull and chain it to the bike. If you come out and blood is all over and you find a few body parts you know some one was trying to mess with it:D lol look in the mod area a few members have posted about ones they got.
 

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Ill train my gfs cat to be more like a pitbull :p
 

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Are there any good security systems out there for bikes. I'd like to get one because I plan on riding to school which is in downtown columbus. I'm trying to avoid problems. I'd like to be able to arm it and tell me if someone bumps it or touches it or whatever. Is there anything like that available?
Scorpio alarms are pretty good! I would get one if those. Or you can get an xena xx-14 disk lock.


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those scorpio systems are pricey.. maybe i wont take it downtown for a little while :p

but is what im looking for. a receiver i can carry on my keys.
 

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The Gorilla Automotive 8017 Motorcycle Alarm with 2-Way Paging System is looking pretty good. 2 way pager. Tilt, shock, current sensors. Pretty affordable too at 118 on amazon
 

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Yes get a pit bull and chain it to the bike. If you come out and blood is all over and you find a few body parts you know some one was trying to mess with it:D
Plus that takes care of feeding him for the day, killing 2 birds with one stone :D
 

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I'd prefer the Scorpio a lot better then gorilla. I've done inspections that had both and the Scorpio is insane!!! I didn't even touch the bike just hovered over it and it warned me. Guy freaking(receiver beeping) thought I dropped the bike but over reacted. Gorillas hell I've shifter them and they didn't even go off!! My set ups a Scorpio RLink SR-i1100, 2 Xena XX14, 2 chains both going through my cars( it'd be car bike car) and a Nelson cover. It's pricey as hell but I like to keep what I work hard for... You should see the alarm on my G35 :D I've also heard, not experienced, that the gorilla drains your battery...


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Tell me how then? I've installed them on multiple vehicles bikes cars scooters never heard any problems and if its wired right there shouldn't be unless the alarm is going off often there no charge to it till it engages...


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Constant power is connected to the brain, shock sensor, led - these all draw power. If and when the alarm goes off it draws even more Power. Two way pagers draw power once the alarm has been trigger. That added up will drain that little motorcycle battery.

I have two installed multiple alarms before-did install for 6+ years in the car audio field. We are dealing with electronics here. You don't ride your bike for a week or two with the alarm armed and that battery will be dead. Happened in cars all the time.
 
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