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Seeing how there is very little room for adding electronics under the seat or anywhere else for that matter. I was wondering what was being considered by all when it comes to security. I'm not talking .357 or your standard wheel locks but something that will "alarm" when tampered with.

My mechanic said something about a wheel lock that had a siren with it but I've not heard of anything like this. There was a gentleman on here that was going to put a Gorilla Alarm on but I can't find his post. I have the Scorpio on my VTX but I wonder if there's room to put one on the Fury. Anybody out there crossed this bridge?

Thanks in advance!
 

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Thanks Clueless! That looks like a good option there and a good price to boot. Also, thanks for posting the link :)
 

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I figured I was never really likely to pull out the manual while out riding and put a scorpio alarm in it's place. The velcro is already there and it keeps the neighbors from bumping it since it has a proximity sensor that does fit under the seat. Once it starts chirping, they tend to take a different route around my bike the next time.
 

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I spoke with Scorpio. They are trying to work on making a wiring kit for the Fury. They said that they ripped into a fury for an hour and couldn't find all of the connections. How are you guys doing with wiring them in?
 

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It really was pretty straight forward. I'll put a pic on tomorrow when I pull off the fender. Easier than putting on my Dobeck controller!
 

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Seeing how there is very little room for adding electronics under the seat or anywhere else for that matter. I was wondering what was being considered by all when it comes to security. I'm not talking .357 or your standard wheel locks but something that will "alarm" when tampered with.

My mechanic said something about a wheel lock that had a siren with it but I've not heard of anything like this. There was a gentleman on here that was going to put a Gorilla Alarm on but I can't find his post. I have the Scorpio on my VTX but I wonder if there's room to put one on the Fury. Anybody out there crossed this bridge?

Thanks in advance!
I put the Gorilla alarm on my Fury a couple of weeks ago. I had a difficult time finding a place for the obscenly large speaker. I mounted it in front of the battery . I ran a couple of zip ties to tie the strap to the speaker and then put back the strap with the speaker attached. It does work, but the chrome plastice cover might need some wiggling to get back on correctly. I have not had one problem with the placement yet. All of the wiring I bunched up cleanly and it all sits under the seat. It took me about an hour, the box says under 20.
 

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Seeing how there is very little room for adding electronics under the seat or anywhere else for that matter. I was wondering what was being considered by all when it comes to security. I'm not talking .357 or your standard wheel locks but something that will "alarm" when tampered with.

My mechanic said something about a wheel lock that had a siren with it but I've not heard of anything like this. There was a gentleman on here that was going to put a Gorilla Alarm on but I can't find his post. I have the Scorpio on my VTX but I wonder if there's room to put one on the Fury. Anybody out there crossed this bridge?

Thanks in advance!
I use the Xena XX10 model; there's a number of decent alarmed rotor locks out there.

Xena XX10 Stainless Alarmed Disc Lock: BikeSax.com - LockItt.com

ABUS has a similar product but with a blinking blue led on it that serves as a visual warning. Costs a bit more though, so I got this one. pretty loud, goes off easy if you jiggle the bike. also when you're putting it on and taking it off lol.
 
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