Haha, I don't think this would ever work in our side of the world.ZX-6RR Ninja said:There's an alarm in South Africa that actually spits flames out the sides of the car. This is totally legal there too. If someone tries to bust in, you press a button and burn the thief to a crisp!
Can't anymore unless you find a used one on the market. It was a special edition thing from AR15.com.CQB said:Armalite SEBR? Looks awesome. How would I get one?
I assume you have a ZX6 from your avitar. The install of the Scorpio in my ZX10 should be pretty similar to yours. Before you do any mounting, make sure you've planned how to route the wires and where the module(s) will sit in the bike. The main alarm module only has one wire coming off of it which is the positive power cable. You obviously wire that to the battery. The alarm has another couple of harnesses that plug into the unit. One harness is strictly to plug into the plug and play harness you've obtained. That plug and play harness plugs into the connections for your rear brake tail light and the turn signals. The instructions weren't clear about this but it doesn't matter which turn signal wire you use for the L/R turn signal connectors. Just make sure the you plug both connectors for the one side turn signals into the same plug and play turn signal jumper. It will be obvious once you get the plug and play harness in front of you. The other harness that is included in the alarm is for the perimeter sensor and the anti-hijack module. If you did not get any of these options, just leave the connector cap over the alarm harness plug. The alarm comes with wire ties and velcro to secure stuff. That's why I said to pre-plan how you're gonna run the wires and place the module(s). Because at this point it's just a manner of just securing stuff and cleaning up all the loose wires. Once you apply power to the alarm, you'll get a chirp. At this point, you can now check the function of the remote to see if the alarm responds to it. If the alarm doesn't respond to your remote, the instructions detail how to reprogram the alarm to work with your remote. That's about it. Not too hard.EpicOneX said:I really don't think that the rust in a can thing will work since thieves work at night and don't pay attention to little details in the dark. Anyways my scorpio alarm is on order and will be here shortly. Anyone that has this alarm installed know the level of difficulty? I know about the plug and play harness, but just was wondering the technicals of it. Thanks in advance.