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Old 07-01-2018, 10:05 PM   #1
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Siren for my VRSCB

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My turn sigs work for my alarm, but I don't hear a siren. If it has one, where would it be located?

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Old 07-02-2018, 07:39 AM   #2
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My turn sigs work for my alarm, but I don't hear a siren. If it has one, where would it be located? ...
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The security system smart siren kit (68328-xx) and turn signal / security module = TSSM were both optional items (except for international models). Many dealers ordered bikes with the TSSM but without the siren kit option.

If installed by a previous owner on 2002 to 2006 VRSC model (except the VRSCR) the siren will be located on the rear tire mud flap (under the sheet metal frame piece that surrounds the fuel tank opening.) The mud flap above the rear tire needs to be removed and lowered down to install the siren. (On a VRSCR the siren is mounted under the passenger seat.)

If not installed, there will be an unused three-place connector wrapped around the fuel tank filler below the plastic flap that surrounds the fuel tank filler.
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Thank you stever975. I'll see what I can find.

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You can buy a small100+ decibel piezo siren from eBay or decent electronics store and easily wire it in. I did it on my 09 Nightrod and it will give u a headache along with turn heads around you.
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You can buy a small100+ decibel piezo siren from eBay or decent electronics store and easily wire it in. I did it on my 09 Nightrod and it will give u a headache along with turn heads around you.
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You can buy a small100+ decibel piezo siren from eBay or decent electronics store and easily wire it in. I did it on my 09 Nightrod and it will give u a headache along with turn heads around you.
I wondered if anyone had done this
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You can buy a small100+ decibel piezo siren from eBay or decent electronics store and easily wire it in. I did it on my 09 Nightrod and it will give u a headache along with turn heads around you.
Would you be able to provide install specifics for this? I can't seem to find the correct plug to use for powering the aftermarket siren.
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