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Not having found answers, me comment in this section which seems to me the most appropriate.
The question is: what anti-theft device use you for your SS? How transport it you?
 

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Common sense prevailing we do not openly discuss security in the forum. There over 400 unregistered guest reading this forum, why would we want the world to know what security we put on our bikes.
 

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My idea was not to force you to reveal your way of fight against the flight of your motorcycle, but just to know what is the most practical anti-theft device, the one who can be the best transported. And as I receive my motorcycle tomorrow, and as I do not know which anti-theft device to buy I hoped that your answers would help me in my choice.
 

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You could use a disc lock, there are ones that are alarmed so they make a racket and hopefully act as a deterrent. They are easily transported being quite small. If you are looking for security when you are at work (if you plan to commute on it) one of the best ways it a big chain secured to an immovable objet (lamp post or the like), you could leave it at your place of work where you will park it so you will only have to get it there once.
There is the alarm/tracker option, try to park it in the most secure places you can.
 

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I use Find It Now (FIN). It is installed by the dealer, and while pricey ($1400 US) I have no complaints so far.

Allows me to be notified of any bike movement, battery disconn/reconn, speed thresholds (I guess if I was letting someone else ride it?), and configurable Geo-fences.

All of this can be sent via Text/Email, plus the app on my phone lets me pull up a map and check it's position in real time.

It is hidden somewhere on the bike and has battery back-up for around 48 hours according to the marketing paperwork. IF they cant recover your bike they give you $5000 US. It also saved me a little ($48 US) on my insurance.

I hope I never have to see if it works... but it was worth the piece of mind.
 
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You could use a disc lock, there are ones that are alarmed so they make a racket and hopefully act as a deterrent. They are easily transported being quite small. If you are looking for security when you are at work (if you plan to commute on it) one of the best ways it a big chain secured to an immovable objet (lamp post or the like), you could leave it at your place of work where you will park it so you will only have to get it there once.
There is the alarm/tracker option, try to park it in the most secure places you can.
Disc lock is all the same a low protection. Those with alarm, as you write it, can be dissuasive and put to flight the thief. I shall go to see before the delivery of my motorcycle tomorrow.
 

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I have an ex special forces guard as my anti theft device and I transport him on the pillion seat.................
I love it hahaha! The ULTIMATE deterrent. Could only be improved if he was sitting on the pillion seat nursing his rotweiler!:laugh::laugh:
 

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A remote-controlled ejection seat could be a good idea!!
 

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I am researching which tracker to use . It won't help the bike from being stolen but it will mean a I will get to go to new places and meet new people and maybe make a new friend !
 

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glock 19.
 

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And it's not difficult to do either. A sim card operated relay connected to a solenoid and bish bash bosh you have a thief face planting the tar.
Hahaha I love it Amos - Every Ducati owner should have one :grin2::grin2:
 
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