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post #1 of 14 (permalink) Old 10-29-2015, 04:55 PM Thread Starter
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Has anyone installed this yet? How's the quality and fitment?
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Thought about keyless but when I hear of the dramas people have with the keyless systems on modern cars I think I'll stick with my key.
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Have had it In my bike for a year. Happy with it. Need to charge remote about every 5-7 days but there are two so no big deal

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The first kits had a few installation issues with them (mine did). Victory corrected it quickly and completely. I'd buy this system again without hesitation. It's works great and integrates easily.

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I had the Digital Guard Dawg on my bike for over a year. I took it out a couple of months ago. The main reason was I didn't want to have to deal with a dead battery on the key fob. Yea, I could call a Hotline to get free assistance, but in the end I just wanted my key back.

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I had the Digital Guard Dawg on my bike for over a year. I took it out a couple of months ago. The main reason was I didn't want to have to deal with a dead battery on the key fob. Yea, I could call a Hotline to get free assistance, but in the end I just wanted my key back.

Anyone want a used DGD system?

Had my DGD almost 3 Years with no worries Change my Fob Batteries once a Year just to be safe (10 Min Job tops) Never had a problem, although when doing any serious traveling take the extra Fob Just In Case but never needed it ..
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I have the DGD system, works great! It has been installed for over a year with no issues. When I travel long distances I do take both fobs just in case.

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I got my Victory key-less/alarm system(made by Scorpio) last year and was one of the first to install it and find out that one of the connectors was clocked incorrectly so it didn't work. After re-clocking it it worked great. I still love it and wouldn't go without it!

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DGD, works flawless - change batteries every year - it's easy and cheap! Take the spare FOB along on trips turned off - have a spare set of batteries in trunk so no worries!
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