Originally Posted by NaturalPhenomenon
U don't even need to use the key, put the two red wires together and ride off. I tested this and I was shocked. My kawasaki 500r didn't even do that and it was designed by kawasaki. Idk what honda was thinking not integrating the pink wire for the fuel pump again. My friend with his ninja 250 was bashing on me since he found it rediculus as well. *currently waiting for my alarm and ignition disable*
It's just a continuity switch so it only makes sense.
Alarms are always a good idea but sometimes thieves will try anyways.
You can always hide a relay switch that goes directly to the battery then no matter what you do you won't be able to start the bike without finding the switch.
Originally Posted by Eurodriver
You need a gun.
I have a 1911 at my house, but like it's been pointed out, I'm not going to shoot someone over a motorcycle as much as they might deserve it. Full coverage and all possible deterrents PLUS a new video surveillance system would cover me.
Originally Posted by danlar
Sorry to hear that :( my friend's GSXR had the same thing happen to it
Hopefully they didn't get away with the bike either! This kind of stuff really pisses me off.
I work hard for what I want and people who think they are entitled to anything that I have worked towards are leeches, cowards and despicable people.
No man can lay claim to my belongings as they are an extension of my self; I consider every purchase I make (of tangible goods) as a direct exchange for my time and worth. The day that I cannot make that assertion is the day that I will no longer recognize any law, sanction or rule that will challenge that idea and the right of ownership. I will defend that right with my life as I will not allow that flawed principle to remain as morally admissible.
Thieves challenge that idea by entertaining the idea that because it is there, and they can take it, they will. They have not earned it, yet still attempt to reap the benefits of my work.
I will ask them, "Because your life is in front of me, and I can take it, should I?"