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Looking into that right now actually

You can hide a toggle switch somewhere so you still have a little theft protection
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you can wire to the throttle kill switch for the on/off switch
(most wouldn't expect that its wired like that so some anti-theft there also)


I'll PM you I don't want to completely post how to steal a Z' :rolleyes:
 

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i saw someone do some sort of close range tag or fob as a key and embedded it his riding glove. the "receiver" was under one of the plastics and he would just tap his hand there then hit the starter.
 

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i saw someone do some sort of close range tag or fob as a key and embedded it his riding glove. the "receiver" was under one of the plastics and he would just tap his hand there then hit the starter.

That seems easy enough with an Arduino or something of the sorts.
 

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Looking into that right now actually

You can hide a toggle switch somewhere so you still have a little theft protection
or
you can wire to the throttle kill switch for the on/off switch
(most wouldn't expect that its wired like that so some anti-theft there also)


I'll PM you I don't want to completely post how to steal a Z' :rolleyes:
Need help pm me
 

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Looking into that right now actually

You can hide a toggle switch somewhere so you still have a little theft protection
or
you can wire to the throttle kill switch for the on/off switch
(most wouldn't expect that its wired like that so some anti-theft there also)


I'll PM you I don't want to completely post how to steal a Z' :rolleyes:

Can you pm info on this bought the bike with wires cut no key just wanna hear my bike crank over already
 
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