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    Hello guys..

    I would like to know about the alarm system which can be used in our bikes. I have unicorn. I think alarm for bikes are available. But i dnt knw how its working and all. I am from bangalore. Some of my friends told that alarm is very useful while we parking in unknown places and in night times..any suggestions??

    Do any one have alarm in ur bike? and is useful?

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    Quote Originally Posted by rohithnair View Post
    Hello guys..

    I would like to know about the alarm system which can be used in our bikes. I have unicorn. I think alarm for bikes are available. But i dnt knw how its working and all. I am from bangalore. Some of my friends told that alarm is very useful while we parking in unknown places and in night times..any suggestions??

    Do any one have alarm in ur bike? and is useful?

    yes i have that autocop system installed in my P200. Its very useful, specially in Mumbai to stay away from the RTO people..it cost me around 1200 including fitting and works only when the bike is in main stand...whenever u touch .. i mean when there is a mild vibration in ur bike it starts working..there is a chirp sound with both the indicators flashing. If u try to start the engine it wont start, still by any chance anybody managed to start the engine, engine will shutdown after some couple of minutes. It can be unlocked only by the key provided. Beware of rain/ water for the keys only.

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    There are quite a few alarm systems available in the market..
    One such is available at Perfect Riders (Yamaha SVC) on Lalbagh Road here.. & it has the remote start option too.. Costs about 1500-1700 bucks.. Its certified by Pricol..
    You may contact them at 22228690/22228797 for details..
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    I have a Chinese Alarm System going by the name of "Policeman" ...

    It has self start system (Even when the bike is off, and handle is locked)

    Moreover, if anyone tampers with the bike in "Set on Arming" state, it will raise firstly a female voice, then siren noise ... and you have the option to set "Remove from Arming" too, in which case it won't raise a noise ...

    I guess you should get one installed, even if it is just for fun, or there can be security reasons too ...

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    I know these alarms are quite good when it comes to security.
    But dont they make a very embarrassing "please stay away from the vehicle" noise?

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    Hei ur Right......
    Alarms are not that much necessary for bikes....Moreover it will kill your Bikes Battery.....
    If a Child touches and see your Bike - the bike will alarm... and so thereby - everyone whomsoever passes by that way will touch your bike and go....(only in our INDIA this thing will happen)
    I had Policeman Alarm fitted in my P200 and it costed me some totally 800 for this --- i removed it after few months itself - as everyone started to play with my bike

    Advantages of Bike Alarm

    1 - Security

    Disadvantages :
    1 - Battery Drain quickly
    2 - Spend money for alarm and fitting charges
    3 - Breakage of warranty if ur bike is under Company Warranty
    4 - Playing with the electricals of your bike
    5 - Annoying Sound Pollution
    6 - Your bike will turn into a Play station for childrens

    Think which suits for you..........
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    Default Thank you guys...

    So it will be a useful thing..The thing is my bike under company service. I have finished my 2 service.

    I need this to use only in night time and also if i go some unknown places. Last week my friends bike lost from bangalore. Its happend within 10mints.

    Thats y i think about this device. Is it taking battery from vehicle itself? or extra battery???

    I am thinking like purchase one alarm once i heared ur comments, from JC Road bangalore and give it to the showroom guys while i am giving for my next service.

    Any comments??? Thank you guys for ur replies...

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    I have an autocop alarm installed in the bike, in which you can choose different tones and volume for the siren . it also has the remote start feature and the siren goes off only when someone tries to start your bike or physically moves your bike. siren does not go off on touch. I own an apache Fi and faced no hassles in warranty. I have even got my fuel pump changed under warranty . the alarm cost me 1900 incl fitting. IT is very useful

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