An alarm disk lock that costs 20 bucks / less than 18 Euros This is a carry bag that can be attached to any place on the bike underneath the seat for example. Let’s continue, Movement and shock sensor, 110 decibels The pin is 6mm thick Just push the lock down to lock it, no need keys and it is waterproof. These keys with this format from what I was told are one of the safest. Let’s move on to the locker. Robust and with a very good touch, it seems to be tough. You can find it in black, red and yellow. Here is the wrench to open and replace the batteries. It comes with a spare battery pack. Let’s open and see what it’s like inside the lock seems to be strong and the battery system quite simple to change. Let’s reassemble everything and see if it works That’s it.
To close you don’t need the key. Let’s make the test. It make this sound when you first touch it and now it last 10 seconds. Here you can see what comes inside the package. Lets try the lock. I’m going to lock without a key Activated Let’s give it a touch. Now let’s trigger the alarm. 10 seconds. Once again. I must say that I’m impressed I didn’t think it was that loud. Lets test one more time. I’ll leave a tip now, if you buy this kit. The best to secure your bike is to place the locker and pull the wheel so the lock touches the brake caliper. This way at the slightest touch it will hit the brake caliper and activate the alarm. That also avoid you forget to take it off. This way you don’t need that thing that goes from the lock to the handlebar. This disk lock is super cheap and I think that this really works, it helps you to prevent your motorcycle be stolen and also from anyone that tries to move it.
Motorcycle And ATV Brake Bleeding
We’re going to bleed our brake using the Tusk Hydraulic Brake Bleeder. The brake bleeder has a one-way check valve. This allows the brake fluid to flow out of caliper as the pedal is pumped without letting air back into the system. Always refer to your owner’s manual for proper brake bleeding procedures, safety information and brake fluid recommendations. Rocky Mountain carries a wide variety of brake fluid and brake accessories. To start we’re going to gain access to the caliper by removing any guards. We’re taking off the reservoir cap so we can add fluid and then here we’ve installed the Tusk Brake Bleeder on the nipple, on the caliper and here we’re topping off the reservoir and now you crack loose the nipple and slowly start to pump the pedal. Keep an eye on the fluid level in the reservoir. You don’t want it to run dry, introducing air back into the system. Continue this process until the fresh fluid has flushed the system and all the air bubbles are gone. Once you’ve achieved that tighten the nipple, check the fluid level and install the reservoir cap. Check and make sure your brakes are working properly before you go out and ride.