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WANTED! Brutale Alarm

Looking for a genuine MV alarm kit that’s compatible with my 2015 brutale 675. Thanks ✌️!!!!
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Looking for a genuine MV alarm kit thatís compatible with my 2015 brutale 675. Thanks ✌️!!!!
You'll probably be better off with an aftermarket one.....
They're out there that'll call you and have tracking and proximity sensors too

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Alarms tend to wreak havoc with the reliability of these bikes...do a bit of a search.
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Patrolline in Italy makes the MV Alarms and of course they've their own line so I guess it's a good alarm to search.
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Looking for a genuine MV alarm kit that’s compatible with my 2015 brutale 675. Thanks ✌️!!!!
You'll probably be better off with an aftermarket one.....
They're out there that'll call you and have tracking and proximity sensors too[IMG class=inlineimg]https://www.mvagusta.net/forum/images/MVagusta_net_2016/smilies/tango_face_wink.png[/IMG]

Where can I find this?
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Alarms tend to wreak havoc with the reliability of these bikes...do a bit of a search.
Reliability? Any more info on this? Thanks.
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I had the supplying dealer fit an MV alarm to the Tusimo I purchased in 2016. As stated above this was made by Patrolline. One heavy rain storm later and the alarm stopped working. I removed it myself, fitted into a recess in the left front fairing panel. Removed plug and inverted it and water poured out. Dealer gave a full refund and I fitted a fairly simple Datatool alarm, this only had a inbuilt vibration sensor and wasn't connected to the bike other than power feed so a simple install and it fitted into the recess designed for the factory option alarm. This is really all I needed, just an effective anti tamper alarm. I also had a decent self fitted tracker.

The factory endorsed MV alarm was, in my experience, a PoS, designed to only operate in dry climates.

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Why bother?

Alarms are pointless ... ignored by everyone as a nuisance, no deterrent to a pro thief and a source of electrical problems.

Not sure about your specific bike, but MV do not approve an alarm for the F4 and the delaer specifically told me that fitting one would affect my warranty and that the did not do it.

Trackers make sense (in principle) but still a waste of money IMO

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I had the supplying dealer fit an MV alarm to the Tusimo I purchased in 2016. As stated above this was made by Patrolline. One heavy rain storm later and the alarm stopped working. I removed it myself, fitted into a recess in the left front fairing panel. Removed plug and inverted it and water poured out. Dealer gave a full refund and I fitted a fairly simple Datatool alarm, this only had a inbuilt vibration sensor and wasn't connected to the bike other than power feed so a simple install and it fitted into the recess designed for the factory option alarm. This is really all I needed, just an effective anti tamper alarm. I also had a decent self fitted tracker.

The factory endorsed MV alarm was, in my experience, a PoS, designed to only operate in dry climates.
Good to know. I was actually looking into the MV Agusta anti theft alarm ,which I couldn’t find but eventually did. Looks like it’s made by MV??? 💁‍♀️
That datatool looks pretty cool. That’s all I’m really looking for is a noise alarm.
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Good to know. I was actually looking into the MV Agusta anti theft alarm ,which I couldnít find but eventually did. Looks like itís made by MV???

Sorry, your link didn't go anywhere. If this is the alarm in question then, from my experience, I would say steer well clear. It's a PoS.

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