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post #271 of 452 (permalink) Old 12-01-2012, 03:33 PM
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Hey Guys, I'm installing this on a 2011 Kawi ZX-10R (because my 2007 CBR 600rr was recently stolen) and I think I have it down. Just wanted to confirm a couple things.

Has anyone tried New Guy's approach and confirmed it works? I read the diagram that the red wire on the alarm goes to the key on positive part of the key switch, not direct to the battery? Doesn't it make a difference or am i just wrong?

Gray and Pink Wires. You shouldn't need to connect one side to kill switch positive and one to kill switch negative. It's a switch. All you should have to do is wire them in series with with the wire for kill switch on positive.

Blue wire I'm send straight to my starter button.

If anyone knows what CDI means on the Alarms wiring diagram that would help us a lot.

Got a quote to have this installed for $250 bucks. I think it's worth a shot to do it myself.

For the red color wire. As long as you getting 12 volt constant power then is ok, but it's better have them wire from the thicker wire. if it's not direct connect it to the batteries positive side.

I hook up the alarm on my bike and the Pink and Gary is for the kill switch for the alarm when it go off. it's optional to connect them, Lot of people burn there alarm brain with these two wire when incorrect wiring with the bike. the alarm will function with out these two wires. If they need to be connect it would need to be in series,

hook up all the wire with out the Pink and Gary. the system will work.
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Anybody have a remote they will sell me? I can't find my backup one and I dropped my other one in the toilet (drunk )..


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Anybody have a remote they will sell me? I can't find my backup one and I dropped my other one in the toilet (drunk )..


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Good luck, been working on this for a while..

Your best bet is to hit up the manufacturer... but they will tell you to just buy a new system >.>
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Good luck, been working on this for a while..

Your best bet is to hit up the manufacturer... but they will tell you to just buy a new system >.>
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Just a buy a whole new system and do another write up bro ! Haha




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Honestly, the remotes are like $40 a piece after currency conversion, it really would be worth it to get 2 and just buy a new kit if you can find a kit for ~$100. After shipping and everything, you'd come out about even.
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I got my remote to work again :)


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Lucky Fucker.. i have NO idea where both of mine got too. I'm fairly certain I lost one on the highway the other... maybe my dog ate it or something.
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explain what happen and how .. may help other




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Probably any one of the dozens of ways to repair electronics after they've been submerged...



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I let it dry lol
But now the lock button doesn't work so it's worthless...


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Maybe my spy 5000 was faulty,but I had bad experience.
After 1 moth one remote die,happened few times the alarm drain the battery (2 days without use the bike and the alarm was off).One thing never liked about it is the speaker separate from the unit,easy to cut the wire and is without internal emergency power.
Reception was good, 6th floor in shopping center and my bike on B1 and still received.
On all my bikes I have always installed spyball,never had problem also one time i forgot to take out the remote from my pants. after wash at 30 degree still work till battery die after 1 year +.Unlucky there not distributor here in Singapore.
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CURRENTLY WORK WITH SOME COMPANIES TO GET REPLACEMENT REMOTES.. One place told me 35$ but I'm trying to get cheaper at others


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I don't fukc around people!! Here is a link for replacement remotes sent from the seller I bought the system from on eBay .. 13$ or 2 for 20$!!

http://gogoautoshop.com/spy-2-way-mo...e-start-3.html

They do take Paypal and shipping was like 5$ per item

Special thanks to eBay seller 360infiniteusa. Great customer service! Please go to them to buy your spy alarm systems :)


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Excellent find.. I will definitely be ordering in the next few hours.

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Excellent find.. I will definitely be ordering in the next few hours.

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Just ordered mine!!! I'm so freaking happy now


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Just a few more hours...

FYI we have confirmed that these are for the 5000M(I was worried) so order with confidence.
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Just a few more hours...

FYI we have confirmed that these are for the 5000M(I was worried) so order with confidence.
Yeah and they already have a tracking number for me 20min after i ordered even though its lateSunday night! So probably have good customer service! Hopefully It's a quick ship :)


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Just submitted my order. I got 2. Either I pay 30 now or 36 in the long run /shrug.
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Just submitted my order. I got 2. Either I pay 30 now or 36 in the long run /shrug.
Trueee... But I didn't have 30 now :(((


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You gotta do what you gotta do.. I have been riding without the remote for 6+ months. I'm just glad you found this.
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SPY 5000m Alarm/Remote Start Install DIY

I got my remote!!!

Now the I don't have my manual anywhere can someone please tell me what it says to program another remote??


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good find on the remote, ill be ordering my 3rd one!

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Hahah you guys lose your remote to much. Geeees. Tie it to your belt !
Hahah.

Still have my remote installed and have my two remote


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how much are you guys paying for the spy5000 system? saw one here in uk for sale fo 50 about $80 ish ,is it a good price or do you pay less,
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how much are you guys paying for the spy5000 system? saw one here in uk for sale fo 50 about $80 ish ,is it a good price or do you pay less,
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That's how much I paid for mine so you can imagine how happy I was when qteter found the remotes as cheap as he did. Sourcing them from the manufacturer was going to cost $40 each... plus international shipping. Not only that, they refused to sell to me. My company has a facility in Amsterdam so I was going to go through that, but now I don't have to.
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