View Full Version : Funky James Bond Alarm
05-17-2003, 08:14 AM
Hey guys, check this out:
sounds too good to be true for a 100 big 'ns...lemme know what yoo think before I buy it...
05-17-2003, 08:56 AM
the price says it all. my mate with zxr 400 got one and fitted it himself, the alarm doesnt work properly, the remote starting of the bike with keyfob is bul becus the DIY intructions are very very bad and they will not give u any help on how to fit it on no matter how many times u email them. basically they r wank, and its got a @#%$ voice that says step back this motorcycle is protected by krypton alarms. basically is u want to spend 100 quid on security devices buy a ground anchor and a big f off chain, and a couple of them disclocs with alarms!!!
05-17-2003, 09:54 AM
ouch...that bad huh? Hmm...thought as much --- might just stick with a simple alarm, datatagging, and my huge chain from my...ahem...last MoPeD!!
Cheers dude, much appreciated!
05-17-2003, 11:12 AM
I Bought One Of These Alarm's, A m8 of mine who had a go at fittin it for me couldn't do it :rolleyes:
The instructions are total crap. Phoned the company to see weather they knew of anyone in my area that could fit it, they came back with a no, when i did look at other options of fittin it, garages wanted £100 to fit it
(3 hours labour)
in the end it was a waste of money, and im now going to get a system 3 installed eventually.
05-17-2003, 11:42 AM
Christ...im really gonna avoid it then! Sounds like utter crap!! Cheers AGAIN lads! Can ya suggest any otehr cheapo alarm/immoby systems cos im gonna be a bitty low on cash!!
05-17-2003, 11:42 AM
and the funny thing he asked if there was anyont in the area that could fit it.... and they said no... and hes in Bristol!!!! like i can under stand if it was in the middle of no where :P
05-17-2003, 04:27 PM
Ive got a 'solalarm' on mine, cost 50 quid and it was easy to fit myself. the siren is quite loud (unless you mount it in your seat compartment) the shock sensor is good and the tilt switch is excellent. accumen also do a 50 quid model which is also good.
a cheap loud DIY alarm with a tilt switch (stops yourself and w%#kers sitting on your bike and rocking it back and forth when you`ve got a disc lock on) is the best allerm system, unless you want to pay more then its bound to be a datatool system 3, isn`t it?.
Anyway, who wants remote start-up on a 2-stoke, does it flip the choke and turn the fuel tap?????????
05-17-2003, 04:41 PM
i too have a sola alarm and find they do the job... lol i turned the setting to full sensitivity and got cocky blowing on it last nite... AND IT WENT OFF!!!!! i couldnt belive it lol... turned it down 1mm now u can only just very lightly touch it... garage setting :D
05-18-2003, 06:57 AM
Has anybody seen the alarm that max has got on his car in the TV series 'Phoenix Nights', now that is a good alarm, when anyone goes near it, a recorded warning goes off, saying
Get back you bastard....I'll break your legs. Get back you bastard....I'll break your legs. Get back you bastard....I'll break your legs.
05-18-2003, 07:25 AM
LOL! Thast the one I want!! hehe, an alarm with a good sensitivity would be sufficient me thinks! Cheers guys, I'll take a look!
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