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post #1 of 8 (permalink) Old 08-21-2018, 12:07 PM Thread Starter
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750 F4 MV alarm

I have an factory supplied alarm attached at the moment, but i want it gone.


Has anyone stripped their MV alarm off? It seems to contain LOTS of wiring and other stuff. Would need a bit of help removing mine...
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post #2 of 8 (permalink) Old 08-21-2018, 12:21 PM Thread Starter
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Here is a picture of the thing.
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If it is like the one I had for my Brutale, the wiring plugs in series with existing harness.
So you unplug the 2 connectors to the alarm and then plug the harness connectors together....

maybe another ground or battery power supply wire...can't recall exactly.

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Did yours look like mine? Seems its somehow inside the harness like.
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Brochure says my bike is fitted with "specified corse wiring kit" I AM NOT LIKING THE SOUND OF THAT!
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My MV Corse alarm came with a harness attached that plugged into the existing bike's harness just as I described.
It didn't look like your photo, but then, I can't really tell much from that photo other than it appears to be under the tank. My Brutale alarm mounted under the rear cowl on the right side.

That said, follow the wires from the unit to where they plug in. See if there is a male and female plug that, when unplugged from the alarm, will plug together.

I doubt seriously that the alarm is made as part of the harness. Got any better photos?

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Sorry the pic is bad

But seems mine is part of the harness, connector that goes to the fuel pump, comes through the alarm. I will snap better pics today.
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Got it out in one piece, without any slicing of wires.

Now if someone wants an alarm, its 100 euros+shipping
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