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Old 10-03-2010, 10:46 AM   #41
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If someone stole my bike I'd wanna shirt in his mouth.
hahahaha solid 30 seconds of laughing. thank u !!!!

let's just cut all the BS, and do it like Goodfellas and the mafia used to. just strap a bomb to the bike. Thief gets blown to bits, you get ur insurance money for the bike... it's a win win!!!!!
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all this dumb . Get FC and be done with it.
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Y'all can just come keep watch of my bike. It'll be parked outside my apartments in about a month. It'll be there until I move, or it gets stolen. . . whichever comes first.
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Old 02-22-2011, 06:08 PM   #46
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You guys don't know how awful boring surveillance is. Staking out one bike in one apartment.... you'll most likely be sitting on it for months while every bike around you gets jacked.

http://www.liveviewgps.com/

Everybody get one of these puppies and if it gets jacked, post up the location they take it to and THEN recruit some homeboys (bosslady, you and your shotgun can come too- but afterwards you gotta change your name to badasslady).

Personally I'd just call the cops tho. Not that I wouldn't love to kick in some doors and bust some heads, but remember that after all that shooting stops the cops are probably gonna be showing up anyway and "DEY STEAL ME BIKE!" isn't a good defense in court for massacring a bunch of .

Ah, if only we could kill all the people who cause us drama.

(BTW U can skip the step of having to track the dooshbag and call the cops yourself just by installing a LoJack but aren't they like a couple grand?)
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Old 02-22-2011, 06:15 PM   #47
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My friend's bike was almost stolen from an apartment complex on the S.E. side about a week or so ago. They cut the chain, but left it at that. Got spooked or something. Point is, the courtesy officer set up a stake-out with HPD overnight to watch the bike. But of course, nothing happened that night . I thought that was pretty fkn cool of the cops though.
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(BTW U can skip the step of having to track the dooshbag and call the cops yourself just by installing a LoJack but aren't they like a couple grand?)
Lojack with Early Waring is $699.00.
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lojacks are worthless. they can be removed. had a buddy get jacked(no pun intended)that had low jack. called it in and the transmitter was found close to the bike was stolen. it's only so many places you can hide that thing. best security imo,a garage,a gun,and full coverage.(all 3 would be nice,but have a garage or fc would do)
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lojacks are worthless. they can be removed. had a buddy get jacked(no pun intended)that had low jack. called it in and the transmitter was found close to the bike was stolen. it's only so many places you can hide that thing. best security imo,a garage,a gun,and full coverage.(all 3 would be nice,but have a garage or fc would do)
Lojacks are not worthless. That's a pretty dumb statement.
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Lojacks are not worthless. That's a pretty dumb statement.
yeah my bike was found because another bike that was stolen by the thief had lojack
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Ya the "I had a friend" defense...

1. ...he used a condom and she got pregnant therefor condoms are useless.
2. ...he had insurance but Ins Co didn't give him fair market value therefor insurance is useless.

Etc.. Etc... Tldr is nothing is fullproof but the recovery rates on lowjack are impressive
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not to get into a contest,but if a thief look for a low jack and like i said,it's not too many places they can go...if it's 1-or 2 am and you get jacked,a good crook would have gone through the bike and dump the lojack,which is what happend to him,by the time you wake up and call it in.

that's ignorant to compare condoms to lojack. you put on the condom and you are there. you are a dummy if you let her pull it off or use an out of date condom...anyway lojack is worthless if a smart thief gets to your bike. i know some shady peeps and i here the stories...NOBODY bike is safe,unless it's locked in garage and then you still have some heads to try to go there and get it.
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i think an alarm with a paging system would work muuuchhh better...
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Lojack with Early Waring is $699.00.
Apologies for info. I've seen some shops selling em for closer to a thousand, but now i know where to go when i eventually get a bike that might be worth stealing lol.

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lojacks are worthless. they can be removed. had a buddy get jacked(no pun intended)that had low jack. called it in and the transmitter was found close to the bike was stolen. it's only so many places you can hide that thing.
A pro is going to be ahead of the curve- he'll know where to look and how to pull it off. That's why he's a pro. But considering how easy bikes are to steal, stands to reason that most thieves arent pros.

Any technology can be beat. The human mind is the most unpredictable factor to throw into any equation- there's literally no limit to some of the we can come up with. Nature of the beast. The lojack doesn't guarantee you'll get your ride back- there are NO absolutes in life except death- but I'd say it seriously increases your chances.

Gear doesn't guarantee you'll survive a spill at 100+ or even at 50+ but I see ALOT of guys spending a shitload of money on it and wearing it. Increasing your chances is key to succeeding in all walks of life.
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I still like the idea brought up in another thread... lol install an airbag under your seat
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I still like the idea brought up in another thread... lol install an airbag under your seat
That would be the funniest thing, just thinking about it now. start the bike "BOOM"
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