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An extremely strong lock body and piercing alarm make the high-performance XX14 a remarkably effective way to protect your motorbike.
Lock: High nickel-content stainless-steel mono-block construction with a broad fit profile and 14mm double-locking, carbide-reinforced hardened-steel locking pin. Freeze-spray proof, pick-proof key and barrel.
Alarm: Shock and motion sensors trigger a piercing 120dB anti-theft alarm powered by a single CR2 long-life Lithium battery (battery included). Self-arming, with no on-off switch, re-sets to armed mode within 15 seconds.
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Willard S: My son had it on his wish-list for college-graduation gifts. Interestingly, I hadn't seen this type of lock, until about two weeks ago. And (though I did NOT test this on an unknown person's bike!), I don't think the other lock had an alarm. I'll be much more comfortable knowing my son has an alarm on his bike at his home, or work.Jun 1, 2014
Ari W: I parked my bike by the back of the house and there's lots of people around the neighborhood. Also I hear nothing but good things about this product.May 21, 2014
Michael H: The product review video / demonstration is what helped me out.May 18, 2014
Thornton B: Bike is starting to look nice.Apr 19, 2014
Paul B: I don't own one, and this gets excellent reviewsApr 15, 2014
Nash L: Someone tried stealing my bike:(Apr 15, 2014
Justin H: Easy to pack and take with you, super loud and built to lastApr 10, 2014
Avin A: Don't feel safe without this lockApr 6, 2014
Joseph C: it feels greet to know my bike will have some type of protectionMar 8, 2014
L P: Lock my motorcycle when staying in a motel.Mar 8, 2014
A S: I chose this lock due to the compact nature of the lock because my bike does not have much storage capacity to carry a bulky chain and lock.Feb 27, 2014
Javier B: One of the best in motorcycle safety!Feb 13, 2014
Jason H: I purchased this in preparation for a 10 day ride coming up in May around the eastern half of the US. Wanted to make certain our ride stayed where we parked it the night before!Feb 6, 2014
Danielle S: Because I park my bike in San Francisco, and there is no where to chain the darn thing.Feb 5, 2014
Kevin R: Best disc lock on the market for my size bike IMHO.Feb 5, 2014
Robert Z: owned other Xena locks... great product rock solid.Jan 19, 2014
Anne P: Following Revzilla's simple schematic/directions - ordering the right size disc lock was easy. If you park your bike ANYWHERE OVERNIGHT besides your own garage - you need this security system. If you have any questions just call Revzilla - they are the bomb when it comes to ordering the right stuff the first time. Motorcycles DO actually get stolen. Don't let yours become a statistic. Buy a Xena disc alarm for your bike now. Do it!!!Oct 20, 2013
SEONG W: needed the best security protection for my motorcycleSep 30, 2013
Just got the xx14 in the mail, but I've got a question. How do I keep it disarmed when traveling? Every other time I come to a stop I hear the damn thing going off in my bag, and takes 5 minutes of messing with it while everyone looks at me like I've stolen my Ducati... Yeah..... I still goes off even when it's not locked in my bag. ThanksAug 16, 2014
Stephane D:Weird... I travel with mine unlocked without issues. It's not supposed to be triggered unless there's something in the slot of the alarm blocking the sender/receiver IR beam - i.e. like a disc. Could something in the bag be sliding into the slot? I put mine in a ziplock on it's own when it is in the bag (mostly to keep any dirt/dust/grease from getting all over the inside of the bag).Jan 19, 2015
Neil G:I'm having the same problem. I registered the device, the day I got it, and I have since emailed Xena, with ZERO response. I think the sensor housing is broken and not staying tight in the metal housing. Very frustrating to have this wailing away, under my seat, making it appear like I stole my own bike.Mar 3, 2015
Neil G:UPDATE - I tried emailing Xena support, twice. Nothing. I finally called them (ask the Revzilla chaps for the number, I can't post it here) they answered my question instantly. I hope they follow through.Apr 1, 2015
Ryan B:1/4 inch holes would correspond to the 6mm locking pin (NOT this product). This product, the 14mm locking pin corresponds to ~0.5" holes. This lock might also fit over your disc, in which case the thickness would need to be less than 7mm and the width would need to be less than 44 mm (see schematic provided in pictures).Aug 29, 2013
DION B:I feel much better knowing I have this product on my bike. I have not had any theft attempts as I don't make it a habit of leaving my bike unattended in public places. This lessens the likelihood of it being stolen. I have had several issues with false alarms. This can be pretty annoying at night.Aug 27, 2013
Stephane D:I bought the XX-14 for my 2011 Suzuki GSX-F. I use it on my front disc, works great. Looks like your 2006 GSXR has the same discs as my GSXF. Hope this helps.
Oh, and beware: wear earplugs to get the initial setup done!!! It went off in my hands and I nearly dropped it like a live grenade - it was SO loud. Heck, my dog is afraid of nothing and he ran off and hid in one of the back bedrooms.Jan 19, 2015
JOSE R:I bought this one for my 2013 GSXR 750. I use it on the front disc. Once you set it up, its very sensitive to Vibration, the slightest touch to the bike and you will need to cover your ears for about 1minute. This alarm is very loud which is very good.Mar 7, 2015
David M:Hi Fadhil This XX-14 fits most large disc brakes, I only found it needs to be the side without the ABS internal disc as it decreases space between the braking section and the axle which needs to be spacious enough for the lock to close.
I measured my Xena XX-14. The slot will accept up to about 1 5/8th inch deep. So if your disc is that wide or less measured from the outside diameter to the inside diameter of the disc itself, you're good to go. I use mine on a '12 Ducati Monster 1100 and an '07 Harley Superglide and there is plenty of room to slide the unit over the disc of both.
jeff r asked:Looking at Xena and Abus for my 2013 ZX6R. I don't want the alarm to be too sensitive and the lock too bulky as I travel light. The more user friendly the more likely I will use all the time. Open to suggestion and will spend $50-$175. Which one do I get?Jul 16, 2014
Mark R:Jeff, I can only give you my opinion on the Xena as I have no experience with Abus. The Xena is diffidently larger but not overly so. From what I can tell on their web site, the Abus has no alarm. You will need to get the correct size Xena for your bikes from brake disc. For your bike you should be able to get away with one of the smaller models. As for sensitivity, the alarm will go off if someone tries to move your bike in any way. Another note if you forget to remove the Abus lock or someone moves your bike it could damage the wheel where the Xena will sound an alarm to let you know it’s still on. I like mine!Jul 16, 2014
Sean P:I have the XX-14. Really nice lock. The alarm is not too sensitive. You can actually control the sensitivity by the placement on your rotor. I have never had a problem with this lock. Money well spent.Jul 16, 2014
Stephane D:Check on the Zenasecurity website for the dimensions of the lock - they have a good diagram showing the size. That's what I did. The slot opening is 1/4" wide, the distance between the locking pin and the rear of the slot is 1-3/4" (the pin itself is 1/2"). Works great by the way. Good luck!Aug 30, 2013
Alexander A:I ride a 2012 Kawasaki Ninja 1000. I bought a Xena XX-14 from RevZilla. The size and fit are a match to my bike. I hope this answers anyone's question on fitment. On another note, Thanks RevZilla for great customer service.May 1, 2014