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post #76 of 81 Old 07-16-2013, 1:27 PM
 
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Re: best ways to keep a bike from being stolen?

"call a paramedic" ... because that will help him SO much.

If the bike isn't braking properly, you don't start by rebuilding the engine.
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HAHAHAHAHA this thread is so full of win! " somebody gunna call a paramedic!?" hahahahaha. the look on dudes face when he dropped it and It said he had 15 secs was priceless!

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Re: best ways to keep a bike from being stolen?

Although I know a lot of you guys ride daily, rain or shine, I try to keep mine as a pleasure vehicle. I live in a small town and hate riding my 954 in cities (Air cooled and stop lights...) so I usually just ride my bike for joy rides or small/quick trips to the store. I never park out of site and always lock the bars (though we can see that didn't help in the video) also keep it in 1st gear (that obviously wont help that much either as it can be switched to neutral).

At the house it's in a storage building with a MasterLock (the circle kind so it can't be cut or broken off) http://www.theamazingking.com/images/locks/r70.jpg

Spot/Flood lights and I'm looking into alarms for the bike right now.

What if you ran a chain (heavy duty) from tire to tire on your bike with a circle lock (when parked/stored) and you could probably store it in the storage under the seat.. if you have a 954 you definitely can! (+1 for 954 storage)

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Spot/Flood lights and I'm looking into alarms for the bike right now.

Scorpio sr-i900. Best alarm I've ever used. The RFID automatic arm/disarm makes like a LOT easier - just leave the remote in your pocket the whole time.

The 954 is water cooled btw

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The 954 is water cooled btw
Yea I actually just figured that out today haha, the guy who sold it to me had told me it was air cooled so I assumed he was correct.

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Re: best ways to keep a bike from being stolen?

Well I live in the dallas area and have seen a gsxr parked on the patio of some apartments up on the 3rd floor. After seeing that I started parking my bike in my apartment thank baby geeeezuz I live on the first floor!
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