Spring loaded pin
Mark checked on it again. No I did not get it from the dealer. I bought a XENA lock from the dealer, a disc lock with a built in alarm, that liked to go off all the time. Got rid of that thing, very annoying. Then I got this "Roadlok" on line. A long time ago. Machined up very nicely. Here's their web site, still in business, ROADLOK
. Did not look to see if they still sell the ones for Victory, but the ones I seen are $199.00. So I went overboard when I bought this system. I had figured I spent way to much on the bike I better lock it. So I had to buy the lock, then I had to order a longer brake hose for the left side with fittings to hook it up. It swings your left caliper down a bit to make it all fit. The locking pin goes through the rotor holes. Only takes one person. You push it in until it snaps or locks in. Then if it does not go in one of the hole in the rotor it will if you move the bike forward or back a little until the pin pops through one of the holes, the pin is spring loaded. It works pretty good. Now I live in the southwest, so I rarely ride through the snow, which I have. Bike is pretty dirty, ride it daily. So IF I purchased a new MOTUS, and if it did not come with a lock, yes I would see if I could get one for it. I hardly use the lock. Found the original brake hose the other day. Going to take it off maybe this coming weekend if I remember to bring home my Mitivac from work to help bleed the brakes again. If nobody wants it I will just put it away with all that other stuff that is somewhere.
Buckeye, Arizona(USA) 2011 Victory Cross Roads, Black police bag guards, black engine guards, black handle bars, Triumph Tiger mirrors, Triumph hand grips, set speedo/tach back 5" , adjustable timing wheel, Lloyzz Fuel Programmer III & air filter. Modified exhaust, made stock into 2 into 1. MRA windshield, Rotated front fender forward,relocated ignition switch, Bad Ace Fuel Tank Risers, Fat front tire.