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Old 08-13-2012, 09:13 PM   #1
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Question I want to install LoJack and an alarm system on my Ninja 650, can the battery handle?

I want to install an LoJack and alarm system(most likely RLink or viper)...LoJack in case it's stolen and alarm to deter crackheads and unprofessional thieves that just try to hot wire it that are scared by noise and attention brought their way...my main concern is can the stock battery handle all of this or do I have to upgrade the battery to something with more kick?

Also if anyone has LoJack or alarm system and has an opinion on it are welcome to voice their thoughts on it
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save the money and park it inside.
that's my thoughts on it.
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Old 08-13-2012, 09:33 PM   #3
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save the money and park it inside.
that's my thoughts on it.
It's garage kept but I mean what if I ride to campus, the mall or just over to a friends house? I want it to be protected everywhere, I don't want to have an bike and only ride around, I want to go places all over Texas and not worry

Already have comprehensive coverage with GAP protection..so I'm not worrying too much
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People steal 650rs? haha
All joking aside, sad fact is crimnals will steal anything they can make a quick dollar out of.. whether this be $1000 or $100,000 money is money to these and they have no concept of personal worth and what some people may have to go through to own a motorcycle or anything for that matter. If somebody stole something from me it really wouldnt be the cost that mattered to me... I would just feel personally violated and that enough is a plain disgusting feeling.

This wasnt directed at you, just my view on how I feel about crimnals. I could get alot more violent and disgusting if i were to tell people what I would do to them if I caught them. But I'm sure im not alone in saying it would not be PG rated and likely something out of a horror movie.
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Here's one I was thinking of getting I like the Lojack system but my deal is I would have to deal with the local PD and have to play the waiting game. Where with this system I can see where my bike is going or at then me and "JOEL" can go take care of it ourselves

http://www.phatperformanceparts.com/...pLC9Q8Ins.link
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Here's one I was thinking of getting I like the Lojack system but my deal is I would have to deal with the local PD and have to play the waiting game. Where with this system I can see where my bike is going or at then me and "JOEL" can go take care of it ourselves

http://www.phatperformanceparts.com/...pLC9Q8Ins.link
Yeah I wanna get both...plus it'll save on insurance but I'll still get LoJack for the cops but if my bike get taken, I'll go get my bat and gun and get it back myself
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