I'm going through the same thing bro. I brought the top of line Scorpio and I would love to do it myself but there seems to be a lot involved for me to handle. I guess I have to take it to the dealer and see if they will do it and pay mega bucks. Damn!!!! I wish you luck.
I just installed my alarm this past week, with the perimeter sensor..........really not very hard. I got my alarm for x-mas, and I ordered the factory plug in kit along with the perimeter sensor from the factory. Even though you buy the factory plug in kit you still have to splice into the the left and right turn signal leads. Works nice, not as loud as a car alarm but good enough.
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Re: how to install an scorpio alarm?
i installed a two way car alarm WITH remote start and a prox. sensor. it was a pain but it works great.(I'm a MECP certified Master Installer and also ASE certified in electronics). i would suggest taking it to a mechanic.
Are you fucking kidding me? If you have any clue whatsoever, installing the Scorpio alarm is a walk in the park.
1. Get out your allen set and take the seat off.
2. The alarm needs to connect to your battery. Better have a phillips screwdriver handy too. Don't forget to make sure your connections are good and tight when you put it back together.
3. Use the adhesive velcro to mount the tilt sensor and perimeter sensor. Mine are both under the rider seat.
4. Same technique to mount the alarm box itself. Mine sits next to the computer.
5. Hide the antenna wire. Mine runs out and down the undertail. You want this semi-exposed for decent range. Just make sure it won't come loose and get eaten up in the tire or something.
6. Splice into the tail light and turn signal wires. The factory harness can make this slightly easier here. Not that wire taps are hard. Or if you're like me, you'd prefer to solder and shrink-wrap.
Optional: If you have the remote shut off, you'll need to locate your ignition wires. It should be on it's own fuse, and have orange wires. I'd double check this at any rate. The service manual helps alot here. You'll need to cut and spice this wire with the scorpio module. The butt-splices will work, again I prefer solder.
There you have it. It took me all of 30 minutes to do this install, and I took my damn sweet time and checked everything twice.
I did my own Scorpio installation on my '05 750, and I agree with Suzuki Duke in that it was very easy. The instructions to install come with the alarm and there are more posted on Scorpio's site. Just take your time and pay attention, and you should have no problems. I think that Aritronix has phone support too. Good Luck.