Does anyone make such an animal?
Not sure if this answers your question but it's straight from the LoJack site:Samurai_Jack said:*I was considering the Lo Jack before getting the Scorpio but there're simply no info on how the Lo Jack would fit on a motorcycle? :cursin:
It's the fact that the lack of real world experience which strayed me away from getting a Lo Jack for my motorcycle. I simply couldn't find anyone who has had the actual experience of owning one for their motorcycle. Base on the quote above, it seems that you can't install the device yourself which pretty much adds more hassle in trying to find some one who is authorized to install it and then having to pay them to do it even if you can save the labor cost by installing it urself.Jim's R1 said:Not sure if this answers your question but it's straight from the LoJack site:
Q: Where was my LoJack installed on my motorcycle?
Your LoJack system is hidden in one of several places within your motorcycle. For security purposes, we do not disclose the location of the LoJack system to anyone, not even the owner of the motorcycle. If this information were to become public knowledge, it could compromise the police's ability to recover your motorcycle.
Hope this helps
But it doesn't mean that won't charge you for it... on site installation means they will probably charge more for that matter. I didn't realize before that they're only covered in selected cities. I wonder if it means that they might come into some difficulty in tracking the bike if you travel outside of those cities?drewpy said:on the website it makes it out that they come to you and put it on your bike while you wait at your home or office
I have had a Lo-jack on my 69 Mach I for a few years now. It was an early one and works much like a radio distress beacon. They hide it pretty well. But if you do your own wrenching, you will find it quickly, it needs power, after all. The only issues I have had were in moving around the country, there were areas where it was not functional, or the PD did not have equipment. I think now they are GPS technology based instead of radio signal so they work just about anywhere. I am taking a close look at one for my bike.Gas Man said:I'm sure that tracking limitation has always been there and the lo-jack systems have been rather successfull on cars/trucks.