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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 01-14-2013, 01:41 PM Thread Starter
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CBR600rr 03 Alarm

Hi, Couple of questions. First; I have managed to loose my alarm instructions, does anyone know where i can get a new manual. I tried contacting my local honda dealer but no such luck.
Second; I have decided to take my bike off the road and turn it into a track bike. for this i would like to remove the alarm. I assume it is tied into the main harness but i wondered if it is just plug-and-play and it can be easily disconnected.
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What kind of alarm bruhh!!!?




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I believe its the HISS alarm. Standard unit that came with the bike from new i understand.
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Not sure and can't help.

Plus there are thieves out there and this may help them in ways.




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