I have the scorpio i900 on my old bike. It worked well with the Rfid. Till i lost the key fob on a spirited ride. $100 for a replacement. I'll let the next owner replace it.
On the Vic, I got one of those super thick and heavy kryptonite chains , shackle and a Xena Disc Lock with the built in alarm. The alarm is a little sensitive, but plenty loud. The chain weighs a ton. Without storage or a back pad/sissy bar to loop it over it will weigh on your shoulder during long rides.
To anyone interested, Tips from a former Bike thief said:
- Disc Locks are more effective being placed on the rear rotor. (More time consuming to remove the wheel)
-Tie it down, to prevent lifting into a van. Try to run any chains through the frame. (cutting the frame to get the chain off is unlikely) Keep any chains taught enough that its elevated and hangs high. (For many thieves with clippers that lack the muscle to clip the krypto chains, will try to place one of the handles against the ground and use both hands & body weight as leverage on the other handle).
-Fork locks can be rather easy to pop manually (Sport bikes).
-Most thieves prefer to ride the bike away. Clean up and conceal your wiring. (preferred method before was for the thief to bring their own ignition module with matching key for a popular models, pull the wires (color coded) on the bike's ignition. Wire the the new one and turn the key and ride away.)
The longer it takes, the more likely the thieves will look for an easier target. As Pop said we're already low on the desired list. High powered sports and HD's are at the top, then come customs and the rest.
2012 Highball w/ Power Commander and RPW Big Slash.
2006 Buell Firebolt XB12R Raced mapped/Gutted Exhaust.