Gorilla Cycle Alarm with 3-button Remote Transmitter

Gorilla Cycle Alarm with 3-button Remote Transmitter


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Part Number: GOR-8007
MSRP: 124.99
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Stops Theft 4 Different Ways:

Motion tilt sensor - Activates the alarm when motorcycle is moved off its side stand
Current drain sensor - Stops hot wiring by activating alarm when there is a current drop in the motorcycle's electrical system
Shock sensor - Any impact to the motorcycle will activate the alarm. Set the sensitivity to any of the 7 different levels depending on your surroundings
L.E.D. warning light - Indicates that your Cycle Alarm is armed and provides a visual deterrent against theft

Alarm Features:
  • Powerful 120dB Piezo 5-TONE Siren
  • Simple installation takes less than 20 minutes
  • 2-way paging system compatibility
  • Accepts up to 3 transmitters
  • Small, lightweight 3-button remote transmitter enables you to arm, disarm and set all of the alarm features such as shock sensor and siren modes
  • Alarm body and wire connections are 100% waterproof
  • Ultra-compact size fits virtually all makes and models
  • 2-year manufacturer's defects and workmanship warranty


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    Average Member Review: 5.00 (based on 3 reviews)
    Would buy again: 100%

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    (5 stars) reviewed on 04/21/12 by
    Gord Paddon (bartbetty) from Cobourg, ON, Canada, for a 2006 black and chrome 750 Shadow Aero wrote:

    got the alarm from a friend a bit trickey to in stall but I got it done . forgot to tell the wife I put on a alarm she went in to the garage sat on bike scared the hell out of her I guess you know I got ---- for that at least I know it works
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    (5 stars) reviewed on 02/26/12 by
    Greg H (GregFlorida) from Fort Lauderdale, FL, United States, for a 2011 900 Vulcan Classic LT wrote:

    This alarm works great. Very Loud.
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    (5 stars) reviewed on 03/26/11 by
    Dave Bennett (whitey73) from Wrightsville, PA, United States, for a 2002 1500 Vulcan Mean Streak wrote:

    Easy to install and hide within bike. When finished no evidence bike has alarm. Sensitivity easy to set and maintain.
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    This accessory fits:

    Custom Fit - May Not Fit All Bikes
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    Question & Answers:

      VSTAR 2013 650 classic

      posted on 10/16/13 by
      tony16 (tony16) from mornington peninsula, , AU, wrote:

      Will this alarm fit the 2013 Yamaha VStar 650 classic 2013 Australian model?



       
      posted on 10/16/13 by
      tony16 from mornington peninsula, , AU, wrote:

      Just ordered the alarm,

      Thanks guys



      posted on 10/16/13 by
      theturbo from , , Australia, wrote:

      Yep, unless it is chained to something they will just pick up your bike and take it.
      Install instructions for the alarm: http://gorillacyclealarm.com/pdf/GORcycleinstruction8007_ENG.pdf



      posted on 10/16/13 by
      far254 from Adelaide, SA, AU, wrote:

      Very happy not a problem with it at all it sits in the saddlebag and gets used when or if I feel the need to use it which is not all that often, they are motion sensored and locks the disc to stop the bike being wheeled away ........ if they want it they will take it no matter what you have the Bastards



      posted on 10/16/13 by
      tony16 from mornington peninsula, , AU, wrote:

      Cheers Dan

      You happy with it, false alarms a problem etc?

      Cheers Tony



      posted on 10/16/13 by
      far254 from Adelaide, SA, AU, wrote:

      Tony it should fit any bike just a case of wiring it up. I have one of these http://www.bikebiz.com.au/products/Xena-XZZ6L-Alarm-Disc-Lock.html?gclid...




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