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post #1 of 11 (permalink) Old 09-08-2015, 11:01 AM Thread Starter
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Stolen in alexandria va

hey all if youre local in virginia youve seen my posts on the facebook.

STOLEN this morning at 4AM. 2013 CBR600rr. front disc lock, rear ulock and NY chain locked to jack stands. Taken from Alexandria VA right by 395 and king st.

Was loaded into a mini van. I expect this bike is gone, but never hurts to put out an APV. There have been a HUGE influx in bike thefts in the Alexandria area recently. LOCK YOUR BIKE TO SOMETHING if its outside, i had 3 locks on mine. This is more an eye opener for yall to keep your ride safe. Especially in a complex garage.

Im happy to give any details for your info to further protect your ride. I had a long convo with the cops this morning.
Mine is pretty unique with the heat wrapped TWO bros exhaust.

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I hope you had full coverage insurance. I'd be celebrating a new bike.
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I hope you had full coverage insurance. I'd be celebrating a new bike.
I do have full coverage however i cheaped out with a 2k deductible! The thing was i had a current model bike, with all the mods on it i wanted installed by me.

Thanks for the good vibes though :D ill be getting the same bike with zero miles and new tires.. so yes i see your counter point

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I hope you had full coverage insurance. I'd be celebrating a new bike.
So getting a new bike now worried about higher insurance rates after a claim... what should i expect. I love how we live in a society where the law abiding citizen get absolutely bent the hell over by criminals.

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So getting a new bike now worried about higher insurance rates after a claim... what should i expect. I love how we live in a society where the law abiding citizen get absolutely bent the hell over by criminals.
always think that in this world there is someone that is in worse scenario than you.
We are having with all this immigrates coming from Africa a criminal rate that is incoming day by day....and the funny thing is that if you catch one of them stealing in your house you should kindly ask him to stop doing that and exit from your home. ahahah, retard italian law i know...
we have a couple of fathers that shoot and killed some thieves that need to repay their family(thieve family) cause you can't use the force if someone is stealing your stuff and isn't clearly going to hit you and even if he is going to hit you u need to understand if he is going to just punch you or killing you, only in this last case you can kill him.

Now i would seriously see anyone that catch a thieve in him house with him family in the next door just ask him to go away, personally i would empty a clip if i culd have one legally.
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always think that in this world there is someone that is in worse scenario than you.
We are having with all this immigrates coming from Africa a criminal rate that is incoming day by day....and the funny thing is that if you catch one of them stealing in your house you should kindly ask him to stop doing that and exit from your home. ahahah, retard italian law i know...
we have a couple of fathers that shoot and killed some thieves that need to repay their family(thieve family) cause you can't use the force if someone is stealing your stuff and isn't clearly going to hit you and even if he is going to hit you u need to understand if he is going to just punch you or killing you, only in this last case you can kill him.

Now i would seriously see anyone that catch a thieve in him house with him family in the next door just ask him to go away, personally i would empty a clip if i culd have one legally.
Ah the beauty of the 2nd amendment in Virginia....Sorry to hear about your loss. Fairly close to home as I am in PWC however all my toys/vehicles are in the garage fortunately.

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Sorry to hear. Next bike, invest in a gps.
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Sorry to hear. Next bike, invest in a gps.
Right now its in my parents garage next to their Honda CTX1300 ;-P

I had to "downgrade" but got a killer deal on an 09 RR...

Kryptonite 2.0 GPS it is!

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Right now its in my parents garage next to their Honda CTX1300 ;-P

I had to "downgrade" but got a killer deal on an 09 RR...

Kryptonite 2.0 GPS it is!
I ended going with scorpio the ride. Now its just to find a good location to install.
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I ended going with scorpio the ride. Now its just to find a good location to install.
That looks awesome. Please update once installed. I live in an apt complex with a garage. all i really give a crap about is gps tracking and tilt sensor. The whole point being i can get there before they cut the chain.

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That looks awesome. Please update once installed. I live in an apt complex with a garage. all i really give a crap about is gps tracking and tilt sensor. The whole point being i can get there before they cut the chain.
Will do ...
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