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    A small charge of Semtex with a trembler switch would be very satisfying but not allowed....bet your insurance woudnt pay out either.

    Seriously there is not much you can do to stop a determined thief no matter how much security you have as RR says if they want it they will take it...best bet is to make yours harder than the next.
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    +1 for the above... if your bike is harder to steal than one just down the road, then youíll be pretty safe so long as itís not the uberrareoneonlyevermade 9000xxyz and someone really wants that bike...


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    Quote Originally Posted by RRossi View Post
    our bikes are locked with this special wire rope that messes up cutting disks along with a monitored alarm with call out , 14 cameras, a massive metal pole at the front door and people who are working 24/7 coming and going.
    Sweet now I know what you've got
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    Yeah... front end loader will take care of that shit.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RRossi View Post
    our bikes are locked with this special wire rope that messes up cutting disks along with a monitored alarm with call out , 14 cameras, a massive metal pole at the front door and people who are working 24/7 coming and going.

    But as they say, if they want it they will get it

    I spose its just to hard to work and buy your own stuff......


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    Want me to test your shop ?

    What brand of wire rope do you have ?
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    Unfortunately, the BMW K100s are really easy to start with no key. Go with a decent chain and padlock and secure to something. Yes, it can still be stolen but if another bike is easier to steal next to yours...
    It's all fun until someone loses a nut.

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    Get a alarm with motion sensor.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Para045 View Post
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    Well that bit is 5 3/4 inches!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by RRossi View Post
    our bikes are locked with this special wire rope that messes up cutting disks along with a monitored alarm with call out , 14 cameras, a massive metal pole at the front door and people who are working 24/7 coming and going.

    But as they say, if they want it they will get it.


    I spose its just to hard to work and buy your own stuff......


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    I wouldn't nick one of your bikes anyway RRossi ...... they are way too easy to spot cos they are all so feckin clean!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sword View Post
    I wouldn't nick one of your bikes anyway RRossi ...... they are way too easy to spot cos they are all so feckin clean!!!
    Just make sure you cover them in dirt and muck straight away and no one would believe they are his
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    Quote Originally Posted by Slug_BM View Post
    Unfortunately, the BMW K100s are really easy to start with no key. Go with a decent chain and padlock and secure to something. Yes, it can still be stolen but if another bike is easier to steal next to yours...
    They are? How?

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    Best go out and see if yours is still there...then invest in a large concrete block attached to a hardened unobtanium chain.
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    https://ridescorpio.com/ride/
    I had one of these on my H2, would take over 3 weeks to drain the battery. It has a battery monitor that you can check via the app. I am about to buy another one for my ZX10R, not going to worry about the alarm add on this time. No insurance company was interested in offering a discount for it though.
    I have just been looking at another unit but haven't looked at SIM card costs http://m.dontgetcaught.com.au/catalo...0/10329500.htm


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    Quote Originally Posted by BusaSteve View Post
    Best go out and see if yours is still there...then invest in a large concrete block attached to a hardened unobtanium chain.
    there is a ducati monster in the middle of koongamia, not behind a gate or anything.. the only thing stopping all the thieving little abo kids is a fuck off lock & chain holding it to a old hyo lol

    but i don't think he really cares its out in the weather rain / hail / scorching heat
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    EBay for the same tracker as Don't Get Caught are offering well cost about $80, if that.
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    Use a paper-clip across the fuses (one is live and another is ignition) or simply press down on the ignition and force it down & out. Twist all the wires together and off you go. The first method I used on my own bike after the mechanics gave my keys to another customer after a road worthy (MOT in the UK). The second method was used by some scum-bag who stole my bike and dumped it in a river.
    It's all fun until someone loses a nut.

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