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    [b]WHERE TO BUY</span></span>
    Rojone is an Australian company that specialises in the manufacture of quality electronic parts, and are based on the eastern coast.
    We are able to purchase the Bike Bandit from our good friends at:
    <span style=\'color:red\'>
    Attn: Richard
    ASHLEY ELECTRICAL
    1/390 Victoria Road
    MALAGA
    Ph: 9249-1234
    <- Yes that really is their number.

    Ask for Richard and tell them Klinky from Perth Street Bikes sent you for their best deal.
    If you can... you MUST!

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    Re: The BIKE BANDIT - GPS Security System Part 1

    ...installation took over 10 hours... The unit comes with a big condom looking thing, and some white gooey stuff (silicon grease).
    10 hours of playing with condoms and some white gooey stuff and you know Klink is on the job!

    What's the approx retail cost of one of these..?

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    • #3
      Re: The BIKE BANDIT - GPS Security System Part 1

      ...installation took over 10 hours...  The unit comes with a big condom looking thing, and some white gooey stuff (silicon grease).
      10 hours of playing with condoms and some white gooey stuff and you know Klink is on the job!

      What&#39;s the approx retail cost of one of these..?
      Chris, after speaking with Richard at Ashley Electrical last week, the retail price has changed but it isnt firm yet. He&#39;s working hard to try and get our special price as low as possible. Just give him a ring and tell him Perth Street Bikes sent you and ask for his best price...
      If you can... you MUST!

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      • #4
        Good write up Klinky,

        Can I use the machette during the simulated beating ?? :twisted:

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        • #5
          nice klink
          Love
          Nick :twisted:

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          • #6
            As always a very well structured and informative report Klinky. Nice one. Bring on Part 2 "The Flogging".

            So on the eight day, after wasting time faffing about with unimportant guff like heaven & earth & the waters & sky & creatures [& having a wee kip] & man.... God created PSB (GenesiSX-R1000)

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            • #7
              BUMP!!! just curious. the unit would have to be put somewhere really hard to get to, as mentioned, cos otherwise the theif could just pull out the sim card rendering it useless yeah?
              so if the unit is so hard to get to, how do you go about recharging the sim card (being prepaid and all) is it a matter of stripping the bike down and pulling it out, throwing it in another phone and recharging it then putting the bike back together?
              and if it&#39;s in the condom with the silicone stuff all over it wouldn&#39;t it make recharging the card rather difficult?
              what would happen, if this were gone, would you be there, for how long. . . . . .

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              • #8
                Originally posted by scotts13@Feb 1 2005, 12:28 PM
                BUMP!!! just curious. the unit would have to be put somewhere really hard to get to, as mentioned, cos otherwise the theif could just pull out the sim card rendering it useless yeah?
                so if the unit is so hard to get to, how do you go about recharging the sim card (being prepaid and all) is it a matter of stripping the bike down and pulling it out, throwing it in another phone and recharging it then putting the bike back together?
                and if it&#39;s in the condom with the silicone stuff all over it wouldn&#39;t it make recharging the card rather difficult?
                [snapback]90017[/snapback]
                ...or you get a service that allows you to top up the account via credit card over the phone or internet?...

                Unless you like stripping the bike down over and over....?

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                • #9
                  Virgin Pre-paid. Lets you top up online and uses the Optus network.
                  Haven&#39;t found a better pre-paid package yet.

                  Some put it on contract, but it can get expensive if there are false alarms, like the machanic moving your bike without disarming your alarm

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                  • #10
                    ah, beautiful. cheers for that. means it can be hiden really really well then.
                    what would happen, if this were gone, would you be there, for how long. . . . . .

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                    • #11
                      Telstra prepaid doesnt require you to remove the SIM card to recharge it. You just buy a recharge card and then ring Telstra Mobile and have them do it over the phone... u just have to explain to them that the simcard is inside a security system and it isnt convenient to pull it out.
                      If you can... you MUST!

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                      • #12
                        Vodafone also do the same, but they also have an option where credit lasts for 1 year. So put $20 and leave it for the year. Unlikely to get more than 80 SMSs sent to you in a year are you?

                        You can also do it youself over the net (top ups) and get a call history etc...

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                        • #13
                          or u could get a data bundle card and pay a whole 2.95 a month ....and have the security of knowing it will never run out ..
                          Some say he eats sidchrome for breakfast

                          Some say he only showers on even days of the week

                          Some say he put an R1 motor in a coffee machine

                          All we know is he's Hewie.

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                          • #14
                            Very good read .... Still thinking of getting one for my bike .....
                            Dale Britton MotorCycles: 5/115
                            Albany Hwy, Vic Park, Ph: 9470-1234 ...


                            Kim Britton Kawasaki: 91 Dixon Rd, Rockingham, Ph: 9592-1113 ...

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                            • #15
                              Bump once again

                              What are the chances of draining the battery?
                              If you leave your bike in your garage for a week unintentionally, would it keep transmitting and kill the batt???
                              I have heard that this can be a problem with some alarm systems that self activate?
                              it has been a while since the install any problems like this so far?

                              Az

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