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Offline RedSlayer

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Security - GPRS tracker
« on: September 22, 2014, 07:10:06 PM »
I've bought a GPRS tracking unit, which also has the facility to cut fuel pump or ignition power remotely e.g. send it a text SMS - it cuts whatever you wired up. (It won't activate that feature unless the bike is doing less than 20 mph).
This could effectively be used to switch anything (e.g. switch the horn on perm, switch the lights off completely (a copper  just HAS to appear if one of those happens)).

I'm going to place it under the left thinking of placing under a fairing (where I've seen lot's of electrickery goings-on), even-so, I'm sure I'm still going to have to lead wires back to the under-seat fuse box area.

I'm leaning toward cutting the ignition (cutting the fuel pump doesn't 'feel' right somehow).

Anyone had any experience of this kind of thing? I'm slightly concerned about the ECU being left out the loop here (no particular reason - just a 'feeling').

Any advice (for the CT or any other bike)?

ATB,

Red  :084:
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Offline RedSlayer

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Re: Security - GPRS tracker
« Reply #1 on: September 22, 2014, 07:38:31 PM »
BTW, just realised; this forum contains an awful lot of detail about me (and therefore my bike).

I'd just like to note that I've actually decided to place the unit under the seat, no - under the rear mud-guard, no - behind the instrument panel, tut - changed my mind - under the tank, sigh - in a snug place in the engine area.

Feck it - I'm not installing it at all.  :087:

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Offline Barbancourt

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Re: Security - GPRS tracker
« Reply #2 on: September 23, 2014, 02:34:50 PM »
A good advice I can give you is, if you don't drive very much, to use a trickle charger from time to time! These trackers take juice from your battery.

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Re: Security - GPRS tracker
« Reply #3 on: September 24, 2014, 01:15:53 PM »
hello

Not completely reliable : organised groups are now using jammers, very cheap but efficient :

http://www.jammer4uk.com/cell-phone-jammer-c-2.html

So...
CT arrived, some pictures when it stops raining

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Re: Security - GPRS tracker
« Reply #4 on: September 11, 2015, 04:56:14 AM »
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Hi bro, we are a jammer factory!

We can give some free gps jammers http://www.jammers-store.com/gps-jammers/mini-car-anti-tracking-gps-navigation-jammer-8.html to you to free test!

I hope admin will admit me to post my this info, thanks!  :440:

*Originally Posted by RedSlayer [+]
BTW, just realised; this forum contains an awful lot of detail about me (and therefore my bike).

I'd just like to note that I've actually decided to place the unit under the seat, no - under the rear mud-guard, no - behind the instrument panel, tut - changed my mind - under the tank, sigh - in a snug place in the engine area.

Feck it - I'm not installing it at all.  :087:

Red

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Re: Security - GPRS tracker
« Reply #5 on: September 11, 2015, 10:42:51 AM »
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Offline biker1300

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Re: Security - GPRS tracker
« Reply #6 on: September 11, 2015, 03:39:12 PM »
Have i got this right    If you fit a gps tracker on your bike / car  then some one sticks this jammer in / near your car / bike it dissables the tracker ???   or am i just been thick  which is not unknown

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Re: Security - GPRS tracker
« Reply #7 on: September 11, 2015, 04:55:39 PM »
*Originally Posted by biker1300 [+]
Have i got this right    If you fit a gps tracker on your bike / car  then some one sticks this jammer in / near your car / bike it dissables the tracker ???   or am i just been thick  which is not unknown

Hmm, sounds that way to me too. In which case what is this guy doing on here?