Gorilla Automotive 7007 Motorcycle Alarm with Remote Transmitter

Gorilla Automotive 7007 Motorcycle Alarm with Remote Transmitter

  • Powerful five-tone, adjustable 120db Piezo siren
  • Includes a 3-button remote transmitter for easy operation
  • Maximum security via the included tilt, shock and current sensors, adjustable shock sensor with seven levels of sensitivity and “warn away” mode
  • Programmable five-tone siren allows you to pick the siren tone you want, while Panic feature enables you to activate the alarm siren from up to 100 ft away
  • LED warning light for system status and theft deterrent, 100% waterproof and featuring a simple, quick installation

Gorilla’s 7007 Motorcycle alarm features a powerful 120dB piezo 5-TONE siren as well as 2-stage shock sensor, motion tilt sensor and current sensor that incorporate virtually every security feature to prevent theft of the motorcycle. It has an ultra compact, waterproof design that fits any motorcycle. This motorcycle alarm is easy to install and takes less than 20 minutes.The Gorilla Automotive Products 7007 motorcycle alarm is one of the most effective, compact and durable motorcycle al

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List Price: $ 114.50

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5 thoughts on “Gorilla Automotive 7007 Motorcycle Alarm with Remote Transmitter

  1. Review by GARY JONES for Gorilla Automotive 7007 Motorcycle Alarm with Remote Transmitter
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    I bought the first gorilla alarm last summer for my 2003 Honda 750 ACE,Bought the second for our 2004 Honda Sabre 1100 about a month ago. the second one took less time to install, but both were easy, most time was deciding where to instal. I like the feature giving me the option to deactivate the motion sensor if it is really windy. The only thing that I haven’t been able to do is change the alarm siren to one sound rather than it cycling thru all five sounds, probably just me not doing it correctly. All in all I think the service making the purchase and the alarm performance is excellent

  2. Review by Feduke for Gorilla Automotive 7007 Motorcycle Alarm with Remote Transmitter
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    I bought this 7007 alarm and installed it in about a half hour. It is fantastic. It does everything it claims extremely well and I was most impressed with it. The sound is actually painful, and that’s good. Now, a word of caution. I had a hell of a time finding a place to mount it on my Triumph Thunderbird. Under the seat and side covers is impossible. There is just no room. Their next suggestion was in the tail section or under the rear fender. I found a spot finally up forward and inside the rear fender on the side, near the seat. This left at least 2 inches of clearance from the side of the tire so I didn’t have to worry about it being hit during a ride over a big bump. They provide screws and bolts, a metal bracket and velcro for mounting. Not wanting to drill holes in my fender I cleaned the inside surface of the fender and the back of the alarm module with alcohol and then applied the self adhesive velcro to both. I guess I didn’t wait long enough for it to cure but when I took my first ride it came off as I was entering the Interstate and by the time I got back to it at least one car had hit it. Not expecting much more than sympathy I called Gorilla Automotive and told them my story. Guess what? THEY ARE SENDING ME A BRAND NEW ALARM! I couldn’t believe it. This is a great product backed up by a great company and super people. Thank you Gorilla Automotive. There aren’t too many like you around any more.

    And, by the way, 3M makes an industrial strength velcro which I am picking up at Ace Hardware tomorrow, just to be safe.

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