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0l0dom0l0
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PostPosted: 19:30 - 16 Feb 2012    Post subject: Anyone installed an alarm on a triumph? Reply with quote

I've got my eye on a second hand system 3 that could be going cheap. It specifies its for a Tiger 955, but I'll be installing it on the Daytona.

Now, from what I gather it's all plug and play with triumph and the connectors are the same through all years which is the big white connector in the photo.

Does anyone have any experience with installing an alarm on a triumph and know where the other wires go to?

Here is the pic:

http://cdn.bikechatforums.com/files/system_3.jpg

Thanks
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PostPosted: 20:06 - 16 Feb 2012    Post subject: Reply with quote

Well the big block is obviously the main connector. The pressure switch goes under the seat (near the back by the catch on the speed four). The small black connector should hook up to another lead for the all important flashing LED.

The bullet connectors controls functions like beeping when armed.

I think the system 3 manual is on the datatool site Smile
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PostPosted: 20:25 - 16 Feb 2012    Post subject: Reply with quote

Don't do it.

Same alarm on my D600, don't even bother at all.

They are A LOT of hassle, they stop working, they drain batteries and they suck cock.

Don't do it. Laughing
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PostPosted: 20:31 - 16 Feb 2012    Post subject: Reply with quote

##Paddy## wrote:
Don't do it.

Same alarm on my D600, don't even bother at all.

They are A LOT of hassle, they stop working, they drain batteries and they suck cock.

Don't do it. Laughing


I know they are shit, I have one on the Honda and it is soo bad.

But, I can by-pass this at the side of the road in about 5 mins if needed. Its only so it goes off if someone tries to move it!
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PostPosted: 20:35 - 16 Feb 2012    Post subject: Reply with quote

Then get a cyclone v2 lol, 28 and is so sensitive. can also bypass by removing one wire when seat is off...

Would not go near another S3 Neutral
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PostPosted: 20:45 - 16 Feb 2012    Post subject: Reply with quote

##Paddy## wrote:
Then get a cyclone v2 lol, 28 and is so sensitive. can also bypass by removing one wire when seat is off...

Would not go near another S3 Neutral


I'll look into them Smile
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PostPosted: 23:12 - 16 Feb 2012    Post subject: Reply with quote

Never put one on, but I've taken PLENTY off!
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PostPosted: 23:26 - 16 Feb 2012    Post subject: Reply with quote

jjdugen wrote:
Never put one on, but I've taken PLENTY off!


The more relevant question would be how many have you serviced?
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PostPosted: 12:53 - 20 Feb 2012    Post subject: Reply with quote

got one on my daytona would love to take it off or disable it but not sure how to?????? Confused Confused
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PostPosted: 13:28 - 20 Feb 2012    Post subject: Reply with quote

jellyhed36 wrote:
got one on my daytona would love to take it off or disable it but not sure how to?????? Confused Confused


They are a royal pain in the rectum. Laughing Google datatool system 3 removal.
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PostPosted: 13:37 - 20 Feb 2012    Post subject: Reply with quote

jellyhed36 wrote:
got one on my daytona would love to take it off or disable it but not sure how to?????? Confused Confused


I had to get a blanking plug for the Speed triple. Luckily a mate worked at the dealers then, so I got one for free. I don't think they're very expensive though.
Have to say (again) I've had nothing but trouble with datatools on different bikes.


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PostPosted: 17:33 - 20 Feb 2012    Post subject: Reply with quote

##Paddy## wrote:
Don't do it....

....they suck cock.

Don't do it. Laughing


That'd be one hell of a selling point.
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PostPosted: 17:35 - 20 Feb 2012    Post subject: Reply with quote

ElliotReidMD wrote:
##Paddy## wrote:
Don't do it....

....they suck cock.

Don't do it. Laughing


That'd be one hell of a selling point.


I'd rather beat my dick against a cactus than have another system 3..
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