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post #1 of 10 Old 08-21-2009, 04:41 AM Thread Starter
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Anyone using a XENA Disc lock for security?

Thinking about getting this one:



XX14 disc-lock alarm for motorcycles, scooters & ATVs



Seems to be a good idea. Jim



AND when the alarm goes off SHE comes and kicks the thieves butt!


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post #2 of 10 Old 08-26-2009, 01:51 AM
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Xena, the warrior....does the alarm sound like her battle yell?....Anyways, I am considering one of the xena models in addition to the heavy cables locking up my bike (what do they call it, layered protection) I'm wondering if the alarm can fit inside the seat compartment when not in use, I think it can (on the left side). I like how the alarm warns you so you dont need the reminder cord. There's also a xena model that actually has an LED so you know its on and armed. Lots of choices, I am still reading up on which one to get.

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I like it! Although it would be best to have a silent alarm and catch the Bastid!

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I have used it for two years. Screams well, and is easy to use. Only danger is to forget it on yourself. Couple of my friends have done it several times not a pretty sight. Would recommend it, because it has tilting sensor in it and if anyones tries to get on the bike it would scream.

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I think I could turn Xena onto men.

Anyway, I don't think those things work very well. Round here people just pick your bike up and throw it in a van.

After that you really don't want your bike back.

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AND when the alarm goes off SHE comes and kicks the thieves butt!

whats she do?? hit them about the face and shoulder area with her strap-on??



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I use the XZZ6. Works real well and does scream at +110db.

There's a little cover you can buy to plug into your ignition to remind you that there is a lock on your front wheel...also a strap to that you clamp onto your throttle.

Another good thing, you can buy a chain attachment that works with it. (XV cable) Turns into an audible alarm chain!

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I use the S&W.40

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Yeah I know what you mean, I use this one:


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post #10 of 10 Old 11-14-2009, 06:14 PM
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The only issue I had with the xena that I bought was that it kept going off whilst riding (no I wasn't stealing the bike and wrecking the calipers).
I think that you have to keep it in an unlocked position when you store it other wise it howls like a banshee.

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