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hello does anybody remove or know anyone who can take this piece of shit of my bike thanks i live in chester le street :cheers: k3 gsxr

 

Just pull the fuse... job done.

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hello does anybody remove or know anyone who can take this piece of shit of my bike thanks i live in chester le street :cheers: k3 gsxr

 

Just pull the fuse... job done.

 



If you pull the fuse on the datatool it immobilises the bike!!

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hello does anybody remove or know anyone who can take this piece of shit of my bike thanks i live in chester le street :cheers: k3 gsxr

 

Just pull the fuse... job done.

 



If you pull the fuse on the datatool it immobilises the bike!!

 

yep - read Tiggies post ;) ;)

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your doing something wrong :wink:


read the manual


I have had 3 datatool alarms 2 system 3's and I now have a S4 I take my battery off a fair few times without it going off


you need to set it to immobilise only not fully armed then remove the battery

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Link removed! I dont think its a great idea to show on a public forum how to bypass the alarm/immobiliser!!!

 

LOL, probably not!! :lol:

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Link removed! I dont think its a great idea to show on a public forum how to bypass the alarm/immobiliser!!!

 

LOL, probably not!! :lol:

 

:spank: He's not the messiah, he's a very naughty boy!


I dislike the alarms myself, had one on a couple of bikes, they usually show up when a battery is reaching the end of its working life. So maybe its time to swap the battery in the GSXR for a nice new one :thumb:

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no problem removing the battery from mine , and it has a datatool alarm.

buy an optimate or similar??

tbh , mine only ran the battery down when i left it for close to 3 months without remembering to turn it over

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