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Security Bolt

Well I found this from a seller on EBay...

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Motrax exhaust security bolt to keep your exhaust on YOUR bike!

Billet stainless steel

Rolling Code multi key combinations

10mm x 60mm bolt with key nut (sizes depends on bike)
One for my 9R

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What do you guys think? I've never heard of people stealing exhausts but I could see it happening, I suppose...




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post #2 of 17 (permalink) Old 05-08-2005, 10:32 AM
 
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Ive never heard of a security bolt for exhaust. Give us a product review GasMan!
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I don't want one! The idea is good though!




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post #4 of 17 (permalink) Old 05-08-2005, 08:09 PM
 
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well actually it could happen easier then you think...just one bolt and 2 springs.....had mine off in what 30 sec. 1 minute never thought of that ......... well in the future i might get that
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Pretty good idea!
I hope they make millions.
Wish Id thought of that.

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good idea, but just another tool to loose.
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Yeah loosin that tool might suck in a big way! But then again...the major down fall of this bolt is that on many bikes all you would have to do is to pull off the passenger peg/exhaust hanger and you'd still have the muffler!




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A thief might not be prepared for that.
I have seen bikes chained to post at bike week just for the owner to come back to only a wheel.

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damn thats gotta suck!
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damn thats gotta suck!
Yes for the owner that would suck... to everybody else it's sickly funny!




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if i dont want it stolen i just strip out the bolt. if i have to take it out later i will use an easy out thingy
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Yeah loosin that tool might suck in a big way! But then again...the major down fall of this bolt is that on many bikes all you would have to do is to pull off the passenger peg/exhaust hanger and you'd still have the muffler!
But like I said... so they just take the exhaust hanger and the muffler then drill out that stripped or secrurity bolt later...




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Locks only keep honest people honest.

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But like I said... so they just take the exhaust hanger and the muffler then drill out that stripped or secrurity bolt later...
you just quoted yourself......like you were talkin to yourself.....
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Yeah only a can do such a thing!




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BAM!!
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