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Old 08-20-2011, 02:44 AM   #61
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That would be the funniest thing, just thinking about it now. start the bike "BOOM"
eh they would hit you with a law suit and probably win :(

Stake out would be good but you might need more than 3 people. If the bad guy has a gun or is with more than one person i think they would be more inclined to give up against 10 people rather than 3. only one person might need a real gun. i think 8 or 9 people with airsoft guns for "look" might work.

How about a remote control trigger to shut the bike off?
Or a trigger to lock the handle bars in place lol

or , shoot him up with paintball guns or rubber bullets
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Old 08-20-2011, 07:59 AM   #62
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i know some shady peeps and i here the stories...
So you associate with bike thieves?
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Old 08-20-2011, 10:30 AM   #63
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eh they would hit you with a law suit and probably win :(
You sir are wrong, how? Well officer he shouldn't of even touched my bike let alone try to get on a start it. Private property.
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Old 10-17-2011, 11:19 PM   #64
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So the question is, how to build a better bike alarm?


how about a slip-on "dash only" cover with 30,000-volt handlebar covers? betcha they wouldn't see that coming!


or a wheel-mount movement detector which sets off pepper spray?


hmm, maybe not.


"Hello police dep't? I'd like to file an attempted theft report. No, I don't need to fill out any paperwork. Actually my bike's been kicked over and I'd like for someone to pick it back up, just don't touch the handlebars. And could you get someone to ride it home for me? Everytime I get near it my eyes water and I start choking...
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It would be nice to have like that house alarm that calls you if somethings wrong right then and there so atleast you could run out and see whats up. Like On STAR.
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