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G Force Alarm System

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Here the kit, including pager, and perimeter options. MSRP $224.95 Distributed by Big Bike Parts and Electrical Connection
Here the kit, including pager, and perimeter options. MSRP $224.95 Distributed by Big Bike Parts and Electrical Connection
This is the wire harness to plug the G Force directly into the GL1800 with no splicing needed
This is the wire harness to plug the G Force directly into the GL1800 with no splicing needed
The large connector is for the alarm, and smaller connectors for starter and rear turn signal lights
The large connector is for the alarm, and smaller connectors for starter and rear turn signal lights
Connection Diagram shows how the system connects to the bike.
Connection Diagram shows how the system connects to the bike.
This is the alarm brain and remote
This is the alarm brain and remote
The pager option, which costs an additional $125.  Range is up to 1 mile
The pager option, which costs an additional $125. Range is up to 1 mile
Microwave perimeter sensor option, $45 adjustable range to 10'. Selectable on/off feature with remote transmitter
Microwave perimeter sensor option, $45 adjustable range to 10'. Selectable on/off feature with remote transmitter
Armed Guard point of contact
Armed Guard point of contact
Supplied hardware for installation
Supplied hardware for installation
This is one possible mounting location. Due to my Mic-Mutes and Kennedy PTT hack, I moved it to a less crowded spot
This is one possible mounting location. Due to my Mic-Mutes and Kennedy PTT hack, I moved it to a less crowded spot
You can either Velcro or screw it in place
You can either Velcro or screw it in place
If you don't have Mic-Mutes, the unit will mount nicely agains the crossover support bar
If you don't have Mic-Mutes, the unit will mount nicely agains the crossover support bar
I found a less crowded space on top of the gas tank.  If you mount it here DO NOT screw it into the gas tank
I found a less crowded space on top of the gas tank. If you mount it here DO NOT screw it into the gas tank
I used Velcro to hold it to the tank. DO NOT USE SCREWS INTO YOUR GAS TANK UNLESS YOU WANT A GAS LEAK
I used Velcro to hold it to the tank. DO NOT USE SCREWS INTO YOUR GAS TANK UNLESS YOU WANT A GAS LEAK
The starter connector is next to the battery. It is a red connector with a Green/Red stripe and a Yellow/Red stripe wire
The starter connector is next to the battery. It is a red connector with a Green/Red stripe and a Yellow/Red stripe wire
Here is the starter connector disconnected
Here is the starter connector disconnected
The alarm connectors plug into the starter connector in series
The alarm connectors plug into the starter connector in series
I tucked all the connectors back into the boot to give them some weather protection
I tucked all the connectors back into the boot to give them some weather protection
This is page 9-4 of the ETM.  We need to locate connectors C17 and C18
This is page 9-4 of the ETM. We need to locate connectors C17 and C18
Photo 54 on page 12-8 of the ETM shows connector locations.
Photo 54 on page 12-8 of the ETM shows connector locations.
You have to pull of the rear panel to reach the rear turn signal connectors
You have to pull of the rear panel to reach the rear turn signal connectors
The connectors are inside this rubber boot
The connectors are inside this rubber boot
Release the zip tie so you can pull the boot back out of the way
Release the zip tie so you can pull the boot back out of the way
Connectors exposed
Connectors exposed
The two connectors we are after have three wires each
The two connectors we are after have three wires each
Now you have to fish the harness down under the trunk, between the rear fender
Now you have to fish the harness down under the trunk, between the rear fender
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