Alarm system

Alarm system

Post by Paul Scot » Sat, 10 Oct 1998 04:00:00


Is there an alrm system that would work on sleds?
 
 
 

Alarm system

Post by Ross Carlisl » Sat, 10 Oct 1998 04:00:00

They make systems for MC's that would require a battery to operate...great
if you have one...I dont.  My Harley shop has an alarm that operates on 2 AA
batteries.  You attach it to the bike(or sled) with velcro or whatever, set
it and walk away.....when someone tries to stand the bike up the alarm goes
off...it is surprisingly loud for its size.  Ive been using this on my bike
all summer, I  am going to try it on my sled this winter.  I think there
will be enough movement when somone jumps on your sled to set off the alarm.
The alarm is only 13 or 14 bucks....not a huge investment if it doesnt work.

PS: I think this alarm is either made by Harley Davidson or manufactured for
them.  You will probably need to go to a HD dealer to find this alarm.

Good luck...Ross

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>Is there an alrm system that would work on sleds?


 
 
 

Alarm system

Post by BETHTRU » Sat, 10 Oct 1998 04:00:00

I saw one in one of the mags.it comes with a pager that has a one mile
range.I'm at work now so I can't look it up.

 
 
 

Alarm system

Post by Jason Gass » Sun, 11 Oct 1998 04:00:00

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> Is there an alrm system that would work on sleds?

yes there is it is made by the Clarionb corporation its called UNGO i
have seen them enstalled on mororcycles and it says on the box for use
on snowmobiles.  go to clarionmultimedia.com i believe there is info
about the ungo alarms.  i have one on my truck and it works great!
 
 
 

Alarm system

Post by The Bunton' » Thu, 15 Oct 1998 04:00:00

I have a Quorum Elert portable alarm that I have used for 4 years.  It
takes 3 AAA Duracell batteries, a choice of time delay (3, 10, or 20
sec.), personal code to deactivate, and a sensitivity setting.  And it
works well even below its advertised minimum range of -20C (-4F).  I
strap it to the underside of the handlebars so it's not plainly visible
with a strap to the inside of the hood (velcro) so if you move the sled
or open the hood it is activeated.  Cost about $60 Canadian.  The only
problem I have had with it is guy's coming back from a midnight ride
with pipes (loud), or bumping the machine as they try and park their
sleds in a motel parking lot.  It's a real *** running out of your
motel room in your gaunch to reset it in -30C temp.
LJB
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