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Alarms and Related Security For the discussion of Alarms, Immobilisers, Trackers, Locks, Ground Anchors and other forms of motorcycle security.

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Old 24-Mar-2006, 05:09 PM
DamianCross DamianCross is offline
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For those still interested in getting a Tracker system here's a funny (not so) story...

My Ducati was stolen again two nights ago. I actually watched the white-van guy drive off with it. Called the police and Tracker in turn. 2hours later I get a call with the good news that they arrested the guy in E15 London. Let's see if the police charge the perpetrator this time eh?!!!!

Needless to say I swear by Tracker(tm) and will have the unit installed on all my bikes!
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Old 27-Mar-2006, 05:52 PM
megalite megalite is offline
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anyone know how much bike battery a system like bike tracker monitor would use? and they must use less bike battery than alarms in general, right?

[Edited on 27-3-2006 by megalite]
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Old 27-Mar-2006, 06:43 PM
DamianCross DamianCross is offline
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I assume you are referring to the drain on the battery whilst not in use??

Over the 05/06 xmas period I was overseas for 2.5 months. I left my Ducati 749 nice and secure at a friends place and upon my return it started first pop. However, the battery was indicating 'LOW' ....

I took the long way home to charge the battery (2hours) - no problems since!
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