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post #1 of 83 Old 09-11-2012, 08:45 PM Thread Starter
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So I just had my 600 mile maintenance done and already have plans for my bike.

I am currently working on two projects, and have a few more to do later.

Currently I am working on a keyless ignition system, via RFID. When my RFID is presented to the bike, it will turn on, as if the key was turned.
The project is on hold right now because I am waiting for the service manual for the bike so I can get a pinout of the wiring.

The RFID is located in my hand by the way.
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I am also adding red LEDs to the back of my helmet (I have two small wind tunnel like moldings)



Later I will be adding some black reflective tape to the bike, as well as adding some LEDs to the underside.

Will get pics when I have something worthwhile to show.
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Do you necessarily want the bike to turn on when your hand is close to it? What if you're just moving it around in the garage?
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Do you necessarily want the bike to turn on when your hand is close to it? What if you're just moving it around in the garage?
The range on my chip is just a few CM. I have to put my hand near the antenna.
Also an on/off switch for the whole system will be installed.
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an rfid system would be awesome! been wanting to get chipped myself. keep us updated on it!
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I'm guessing you'd also have to have the run/kill switch flipped to run before the RFID would start the bike, so that should eliminate accidental starts.
Great idea and awesome innovation! Keep us posted!
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I'm guessing you'd also have to have the run/kill switch flipped to run before the RFID would start the bike, so that should eliminate accidental starts.
Great idea and awesome innovation! Keep us posted!
I am undecided on whether to use the run/kill switch or the kickstand switch or a custom installed switch. Either way, you have the right idea.
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Wow. You guys have/want implanted chips! I find that both amazing and terrifying. What do you use it for? Why did you do it? How much did it cost? Aren't you worried about the privacy/security risks?
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Wow. You guys have/want implanted chips! I find that both amazing and terrifying. What do you use it for? Why did you do it? How much did it cost? Aren't you worried about the privacy/security risks?
1. I use it for the reason I listed above, I can also use it to unlock my doors and safes, activate lights, or login to my computer.
2. I did it because it is an effective way to get things done.
3. I implanted it myself. The chip + a needle to inject it totaled around $15. Readers are a little bit more expensive, around $15each. You can see a video of the implant on my youtube
4.There are no privacy or security risks to worry about. This chip simply generates a unique number ran it is run under a reader, which only has a few cm of range. There is no personal information, or security information to worry about.


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Some people believe RFID chips will someday be used in conjunction with the mark of the beast as described in Revelation 13:11-18. All though the bible doesn't mention a RFID chip specifically, it is feasible that while we inch ever closer to a cashless society, a chip could someday be required to buy or sell. Personally, I'm not convinced that a RFID chip is, or will be used in conjunction with the mark of the beast, but I do know that it can contain a enormous amount of personal information that could be easily accessed without my knowledge or consent. Therefore a RFID chip implant is something I would never consider.

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Cool video, you have some balls.. Not sure I could do that..lol

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