Please tell me that was a misprint and you meant a year!?If someone wants to steal your bike bad enough, it's going to happen. You can do all the tricks in the book but in reality an experienced thief will have all the tools and experience to pick that thing up and go. However, my thought is the best protection is good insurance. Locking it up everywhere is a good idea, but you still don't have the peace of mind that comprehensive insurance will give you. For $150 a month, I have insurance that will cover total loss of the bike with only a $100 deductible and includes collision and liability.
I have a lock and krypotonite steal rope, but in reality all you are doing is trying to discourage the thief enough to steal the next bike over because yours will make him have to work harder.
Also, even though this bike is "hot", it's relatively inexpensive and isn't a master-thiefs target. They are much more likely to go after CBR600RRs and other bike that will land them thousands of dollars more in parts, hence why it is WAY cheaper to insure than the 600RR.
^ Insurance covers up to 3k in accessories. Just keep your reciepts.I pay $118 every 6 months for liability plus comprehensive..which covers theft..and i assume will only pay estimated book value at the time of theft and not my actual investment including countless hours researching and ordering aftermarket accessories for it..
with that said..i use a wheel lock on the front anytime Im off the bike...when at work i get to roll it inside the building after dayshift leaves..when its parked in my garage (which is easy to break into) i have a large carabiner style lock that goes on the back rim and is attached with a thick chain to a support beam.
I dont want to find out the hard way if it gets stolen that my insurance will only write me a check for $3000 when I actually payed $4580 out the door price for it and have added another $1000 (easily) in accessories to it....