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Eh Muh Gawd Becky!!
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2 way paging is the way to go. i have the 5th Watch on my bike which is the same in principal to the Scorpio. wouldn't have any other type of alarm on anything.
 

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Black on black crime
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I have experience with the Scorpio, and its a really nice alarm! I will be getting one on my next bike for sure!
 
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k thanks guys

how was the install procedure? i read that you can do the basic stuff but it takes alot for getting everything else working and functioning properly
 

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Install is pretty easy if you get the factory connector kit with it.

comes with instructions and they have a support line.
 

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BADUNKADUNK
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The install is fairly simple and it's a pretty good alarm. Only complaint is that the pager eats batteries like they're going out of style.
 

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Eh Muh Gawd Becky!!
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The install is fairly simple and it's a pretty good alarm. Only complaint is that the pager eats batteries like they're going out of style.
yes the install is very simple. mine goes through a battery every 2 or 3 months.
 

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Eh Muh Gawd Becky!!
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well i can't vouch for the Scorpio but my 5th Watch goes through a battery every few months. my COmpustar on my car uses a battery every 6 months.
 

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Formerly kanelupis
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I had the scorpio alarm. Mucho peace of mind. It was awesome. The digital accelerometers detected the slightest bumps. Sometimes, after I park the bike, the bike settles on the kickstand and that alone would set the alarm off. Even a tap on the tires would set it off. Of course, there's the 5 level shock sensitivity adjuster so you can adjust it which ever way you want.


Losta nice features. But yeah, they do eat batteries. Mine goes through a AAA rechargable battery in 2 weeks.
 
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