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Talon T-3300 Motorcycle Alarm The Talon T-3300 motorcycle alarm installed on a 2007 Kawasaki Versys. Installing the system on other motorcycles may differ slightly, but the basic procedures should be similar. Safety First Prior to starting the work, the battery leads (negative first and then positive), are disconnected to allow the alarm system power leads …

We Get Down and Dirty With Our Hands On Motorcycle Security Product Reviews to Help You Protect Your Pride and Joy. Unfortunately, data on motorcycle theft is difficult to find but we all know shit gets stolen all the time and that’s why the team here at wBw is committed to testing security products designed …

Xena XX10 Motorcycle Disc Lock Alarm The Xena XX10 is the latest evolution of a successful series of motorcycle disk lock alarms. The XX-series has been updated with several features. Like the other Xena disk lock alarms, the lock is independent of the alarm, so a dead battery has no effect on the locking attribute. …

The Gorilla 8007 Motorcycle Alarm The Gorilla 8007 Alarm system is basic on features and offers good (or loud) bang for the buck. Its simple and straightforward design make installation easy once it is determined where to locate the system. Motorcycles come and go for many owners. The reasons vary; a new bike means the …

Master Lock Self-Coiling Combination Lock With Cable Surely the Master Lock Combination Cable Lock must be one of the world’s cheapest yet most useful motorcycle accessories? This is a basic, inexpensive cable with built-in lock. It’s easy to use and it might prevent casual walk-away spontaneous theft of a helmet or jacket. It obviously is …

Xena XX14 Motorcycle Disc Lock Alarm The XX14 is a new type of motorcycle brake disk lock with alarm from Xena. It has just been released for 2009. The XX14 has a new smooth “organic” shape, claimed to be more resistant to attack. The XX14 also uses a larger and less expensive battery for its …

The Talon T-3300 Motorcycle Alarm Besides possible discounts on motorcycle insurance, installing and using a motorcycle alarm is just plain smart. The Talon T-3300 system is a very good alarm system. It’s easy to install and it has loads of features, but it is still extremely straightforward to configure and use on a daily basis. …

Cyclone 866F Motorcycle Alarm A simple but very effective motorcycle alarm system. The installed system and the optional pager works extremely well and the default settings will be just fine for many users. Specific requirements can be addressed by changing set-up values. This product is highly recommended and is excellent value for the money. Motorcycle …

Xena XN15 Motorcycle Disc Lock Alarm High-quality, hefty disk lock includes a shrieking 110 dB alarm. It serves as a good deterrent for a would-be thief and a warning for the owner if the lock is accidentally left in place before riding off. Appears to be high quality and more robust than other disc locks …

Squire Motorcycle Wheel Lock Big “D” shaped lock is about as hefty as they get. Probably wouldn’t completely stop a thief, but it should slow them down for a while. The folks at Squire Locks read our review of the Squire ML2L Motorcycle Disc Lock and sent us this monster Paramount Plus wheel lock to …

Voltage Valet Alarm Locks Your Valuables Motorcycles are great but they typically don’t have much room for storage. And leaving your riding gear on the bike when it’s parked can be a nuisance. I ride with a jacket and a helmet year ’round, and although I can carry them with me when I’m walking through …

Talon T-2200 Motorcycle Alarm The Talon T-2200 alarm system could very well provide that “edge” needed as a theft deterrent. In the field of alarm systems costing under $200 it is very competitively priced, costing less than many of the other systems offering fewer options. Imagine this: you’re on the way home from a 15 …

Squire Motorcycle Lock and Chain Super hefty lock and chain is about as big and thick as they come. The looks and the feel of this combination should be enough to intimidate a potential thief. You’re looking at what has to be the biggest, baddest and most intimidating motorcycle lock and chain in the world. …

Imagine this: you’re on the way home from a 15 day, 6,300 mile “tour of a lifetime” across the U.S.A.  After a good night’s rest in a motel you head out to your bike for a routine pre-ride inspection, and all you find is an empty parking spot. Fiction?  No.  This actually happened to a …