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Xena X1/X2 Disc Locks
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  • X1 6MM Pin
  • X2 14MM Pin

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Xena X1 / X2 Disc Locks

A stronger, more solid disc-lock. Two attack points to increase the force and time required to steal your bike.

X1

  • 6mm pushdown locking pin
  • Ultra-portable - Serious security
  • Versatile fit profile - Stylish design

X2

  • 14mm double-locking pin
  • Ultra-high level security
  • Sportbike fit profile - Stylish design

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Xena X1/X2 Disc Locks 4.6 5 21 21
Bike lock, it works Working great so far used it a ton in the months that I've owned it. Bright yellow so it's easy to see. Feels incredibly sturdy and substantial. November 19, 2014
Good value Does what is supposed to and is a great value for the price... September 16, 2014
Great lock! This product will really add a layer of piece of mind when I'm away from my bike. It looks great, I really like the yellow too! September 2, 2014
Exactly What I Wanted I am very happy with these disc locks. I was looking for a simple and effective disc lock without the alarm (read that the Xena alarm ones go off randomly too often) and got exactly what I was looking for. I got the X2 for the front and the X1 for the rear. Perfect fits. I like how the yellow is easy to see and effectively deters low level thieves and joyriders. I read that the yellow paint chips off easily. I haven't had that issue yet, but I've only had these locks for less than a month. Overall, a great product. As most others recognize, affordable and works, but will not stop premeditated theft. You need layers of security. Definitely recommend though. July 22, 2014
Simple & Effective The device is simple to use. I place it on the rear brake caliper. I like that it can be seen as you walk up or past the bike—like it's saying, "Don't mess with me!" Paint rubs off only where the device hits the caliper. June 16, 2014
Simple and Effective Simple and effective way to safeguard your bike and make someone work harder to take it. Make sure you put the lock key with your bike keys so you don't forget about it. June 2, 2014
Just what I was looking for I'm very happy with this disk lock. I use it when I go out, and I've never had issues with it. The only minor detail is that the paint chip pretty easily. I keep my lock in the storage compartment under my seat, and every time I take it out to lock my bike, some paint is missing. I really could care less about it, but I know some people were disappointed with the finish. Overall, I'm very happy with this product and I'd recommend it to anyone who is looking for an easy way to lock their bike. December 9, 2013
Basic Security and some Peace of Mind As with anything lower priced disc lock, it won't really stop a determined thief, as the ones without alarms can be defeated pretty easily and silently. But security is all about layers of deterrent. This will deter the opportunist thief or punk kid looking for a joy ride, as will locking your forks. I would not advise just using this one lock. But this was a good buy at a good price. In my small hometown community, it gives me some peace of mind at work and at home. tl;dr Affordable and works, but will not stop premeditated theft. You need layers of security. November 25, 2013
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Xena X1/X2 Disc Locks
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RevZilla Store asked: Why did you choose this?
michael s: steering lock is inop on my bike wanted some security Oct 21, 2014
Jacob C: Price and how easy it is to install and add a layer of protection from theft. Aug 9, 2014
Matthew M: Want visual deterrent but with no audible alarm. Jul 6, 2014
Chuck W: Back-up to the alarmed disc for long term parking, slow em down... Jun 15, 2014
SEAN P: only 6mm lock you had that didn't have an alarm. people ignore alarms nowadays Nov 30, 2013
Michael G: Best lock made. Fits my front disk well. Aug 27, 2013
kelvin n asked: I have a gsxr600
which pin sizes work for this?
Jul 19, 2014
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Quan N: You're not trying to fit the pin into the small holes on the rotor. You'll put it into the space between the rotor and the hub that holds the rotor, and that space is pretty big. So get the larger pin for more security. Jul 19, 2014
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Ray B: I've got both sizes for my Ninja500. Larger pin size on the front and the smaller pin size on the rear. The smaller pin size fits either within the holes on the dics themselves, OR can stretch all the way through to the "webbing." The larger one doesn't fit in the holes and only holes onto the "webbing." Jul 21, 2014
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Wen-Chen Wilkie Reed T: I have made the purchase from Revzilla more than a year ago. The product is has been great on build quality, price and look cool. Recommended high rating for disc locks. Jul 26, 2014
kelvin n: ty Jul 20, 2014
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A shopper asked: Does this come with a reminder cable? Mar 28, 2013
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Michael G: Nope. But just make it a habit to look at your front wheel every time you walk up to your bike and you should be ok. Nov 19, 2014
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RevZilla: We pulled one of these from our warehouse and confirmed that this item does not come with a reminder cable. Apr 1, 2013
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CBR250Guy: No it does not. Apr 8, 2013
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A shopper asked: What size would be best for an SV650 (clueless about disc brakes)? Jul 28, 2012
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Benjamin P: Matt, you asked which is best. They'll both work. But I do think the larger size is a better go. It will work with your bike (I use the larger one on my Ninja). You just put it through the larger holes in the disc. Aug 1, 2012
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RevZilla: The Suzuki SV650 has adequate space between the rotor and carrier to accept either size. ABS models may vary depending on position of ABS ring. Aug 1, 2012
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U E asked: Hello,

I have a Yamaha R15 which pin sizes should i choose? (If someone can google it to see how the rear break looks like.) Thanks.
Oct 9, 2014
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Kenny G: go to the Xena site and print the measuring chart they have, it works great Oct 10, 2014
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A shopper asked: Does the Xena X2 lock fit inside the storage compartment under the saddle on a Honda CB500F? Nov 10, 2014
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Product Style RevZilla Item # Manufacturer Product # Availability
Yellow / X1 6MM Pin 736403 X-1Y In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Yellow / X2 14MM Pin 736404 X-2Y In Stock: Ships within 24 hours