You could have gotten one for $249 with the group buy on anoter forum. At least 40 of us were in on it.
I saw that and had thought about getting in myself but would prefer some type of plug & play option rather than splicing into the OEM wires. Someone on that thread was going to investigate and publish a way to do it plug & play. if they have accomplished it, I may be interested in picking up this one if it's the same thing at a discount since I missed out on the group buy. Do you know if anyone documented that P&P process?
It's not just a victory.... It's MY VICTORY!
2011 Victory Ness Cross Country #120
Klockwerks Windshield, Garage Door Mod, Custom Ness Highway Pegs
The "Security" module version needs the key to operate the bike. It has a proximity fob that must be within so many feet of the bike to allow it it start, but the ignition must be used, and sells for the $180 range.
The "Keyless" is exactly that. Have your fob, walk up, turn the kill switch for the bike to run and hit the starter. The fob activates all the ignition parts. This one sells for the $450 range.
I had one of the keyed versions, but it didn't meet my interpretation of a clean install, and certainly wasn't a 10-15 minute install on a Victory as per the advertiseing. That is fine, I never meet the time limits anyway.
I am sure the unit worked as they advertised and they are a top notch company to deal with, but it wasn't something I felt was right for me.
Guard dog has a lot of satisfied customers, and even though I chose not to use their product, I am one of them.
Yes it's just a fobe, no key required. I answered the PM and looks like it's sold. It's kind of cool, just walk up turn kill switch to run and fires up. It is plug and play except to add the overide switch. You don't have to install this but I would recomend in case fobe battery dies. Also Bob I will through in a badge that will cover ignition hole once key is removed. It is a ness logo but it's free