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Old 12-12-2006, 10:23 AM
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Ironhorse alarm

Hey guys - greetings from Canada, the frozen tundra. Ironhorses just made their way up here in June and I was glad to get one of the first. I'm wondering if anyone has suggestions on the best alarm to consider, one that hopefully wires direct into the harness, fits under the seat and doesn't excessively drain the battery. Any suggestions? Also, I'd sure like to toss what I think is one of the wimpiest chopper horns going. Any thoughts? Thanks.
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GORILLA ALARMS they is loud i thing 130 dsbl
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Old 12-14-2006, 04:09 PM
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thanks for the info - my Ironhorse dealer is recommending the Scorpio as well - no issues with draining the battery?
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Old 12-14-2006, 05:22 PM
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No, get yourself a Battery Tender junior ($30 - $35) and just plug the bike in after riding. They'll also make your battery last twice as long by keeping it at a full-charge all the time.
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Old 12-14-2006, 05:25 PM
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Forget the alarm.
Get rid of the horn.
Get rid of the speedo.
Get rid of the keyed ignition.

Oh, more important than any of the above, get rid of your dealer and you will reach nirvana.

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Old 12-14-2006, 06:35 PM
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Choppers have horns? Mine must have fallen off while cleaning it one day...LOL

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Hey guys - greetings from Canada, the frozen tundra. Ironhorses just made their way up here in June and I was glad to get one of the first. I'm wondering if anyone has suggestions on the best alarm to consider, one that hopefully wires direct into the harness, fits under the seat and doesn't excessively drain the battery. Any suggestions? Also, I'd sure like to toss what I think is one of the wimpiest chopper horns going. Any thoughts? Thanks.
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Old 12-17-2006, 07:26 PM
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Unfortunately, we have harsh rules of the road up here. No horn, no speedo, no signals mean getting hauled away by the mounties in short order. They're even talking about cracking down on the loud pipes! Tossing the keyed ignition is fine, but that just means your ride gettin hauled away by the next thug. Thanks but no thanks.

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Trying to install a Scorpio alarm (SR-i500). What color is the wire you interrupted/tapped into on the ignition coil for the ignition disable? In other words, I'm trying to determine what is the ground wire on the wiring harness to the ignition coil. No wiring schematic for 2006 Texas Chopper available from Ironhorse who by the way just claimed bankruptcy!
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