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Old 06-16-2009, 05:41 PM   #21
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Hmmmm... Gotta say never ride the bike to the mooovies. Even a semintelligent thief just has to see you park it, and deduce they have AT LEAST 2 hours to get your bike.
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Old 06-16-2009, 05:41 PM   #22
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I hate thiefs, they suck.
School is out now, so watch out for kids hanging out bored & nothing to do.
Glad yoy found your bike, bet that was a strong relief.
If you are in an apartment, please rent a storage place.
No I'm in a house, but there isn't room in the garage as of now. That is changing ASAP though because this isn't going to happen a second time.
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Old 06-16-2009, 05:42 PM   #23
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Hmmmm... Gotta say never ride the bike to the mooovies. Even a semintelligent thief just has to see you park it, and deduce they have AT LEAST 2 hours to get your bike.
I didn't take it to the show, it was at home they had to have been watching it for awhile
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Old 06-16-2009, 05:42 PM   #24
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No I'm in a house, but there isn't room in the garage as of now. That is changing ASAP though because this isn't going to happen a second time.
Right now my bikes are in the garage, but at the new house, they bikes are going in the kitchen/breakfastroom.
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Lojack ftw

I would love to see the expression on a bike thieves face when abunch of cops show up at their location.
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Old 06-16-2009, 06:28 PM   #26
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Lojack ftw

I would love to see the expression on a bike thieves face when abunch of cops show up at their location.
Lojack FTL

I would love to see the expression on the bike owners face when the cops show up at their location with a bunch of pieces.
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Old 06-16-2009, 06:34 PM   #27
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the early response system from lo jack works very well...if your bike is moved with out the key in it...they will call and email you


i have my phone next to me every night set to the loudest ring volume possible...so far its worked for me, just moving the bike around the back yard a few feet they call

but the truth is...if they want your bike bad enough they are going to get it
i dont know much about this, how far from the time it is moved, does it take to recieve a call. is it instant, like the dirtbags would still be out there? reason i ask is, do you need to go outside with the glock locked and loaded
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i dont know much about this, how far from the time it is moved, does it take to recieve a call. is it instant, like the dirtbags would still be out there? reason i ask is, do you need to go outside with the glock locked and loaded
the time lap is almost instant, once the bike reaches a certain amount of feet away from the little sensor inside the key chain


im not sure how many feet that is exactly...but the 3 times i set it off, i had the key sitting on one of my chairs in the back yard...i moved the bike over by our shed...about 10 feet maybe a little less...and my cell phone started ringing and about 10 seconds after that my house phone went off as well



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took roughly 3 mins for my phone to go off....now keep in mind im at my house, so im moving from my back yard down the driveway and to the street...at an apartment 3 mins the bike is already loaded and probably on its way to its destination


its better then the old system in the fact that you get notification that your bike has been moved compared to the old system where you have to physically see that your bike is gone....but as ive said, if they want it bad enough then they will get it
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I would love to see the expression on the bike owners face when the cops show up at their location with a bunch of pieces.
youve seen mine right? how many pieces is it in....
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so how much is lojack? I assume you have to pay an initial install/equipment fee then for monitoring too?
one time install/equip fee. no monthly monitoring.
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