Kovix disc lock
Kovix disc lock

Kovix motorcycle disc lock

The Kovix Security KDL6 Alarmed Disc Lock has a high-quality stainless-steel hardened pin system designed for resistance against any form of attack.

The zinc alloy body has been double-coated, ensuring corrosion resistance in any weather and is available in black, yellow, orange or stainless steel.Kovix disc lock

The 120dB alarm is powered by a CR2 lithium battery with a life of up to 12-months. Fitment is easy. The disc lock magnetic system senses your rotor as you slide the lock over it. After a short moment the lock beeps to notify you it is armed, after a further five-seconds it will go live and any movement will trigger the warning tone, followed by a loud 120dB alarm.

The alarm is easily disabled for situations where it is not required. The entire alarm assembly is easily removed with the included allen key.

Kovix disc lock
Battery replacement

Replacing the battery is also quick and easy. The assembly is waterproof and suitable for use in any weather conditions.

Kovix Security Disc Locks are available at your local motorcycle shop at $69.95 RRP.

Visit: ProAccessories.com.au

Phone: (07) 3277 0693


  • Use the steering lock if your bike has one and/or get a disc lock like the Kovix. Bikes can still be picked up, so consider chaining it to an immovable object.Kovix disc lock
  • Pull out a spark plug or fuse, or have an immobiliser fitted.
  • Don’t park your bike in railway or shopping centre carparks as these are notorious for theft.
  • Park in a locked carpark. If you have to park in the open, leave it where you can see your bike or in view of a security camera.
  • Put a cover over your bike. It might slow down thieves and prevent theft of accessories.
  • If parking in a garage, block the bike with a car and ensure the garage is locked.
  • When riding home, make sure you are not being followed.
  • Stay alert for suspicious vans or trucks driving around late at night. These are used to transport stolen motorcycles.
  1. I had one of these locks on my motorbike (parked under full CCTV in an underground manned car park) thieves smashed into two pieces within 20 second during broad daylight.
    My recommendation is getting a serious D-shackle type lock and clip that through your disc. The cast steel body is the weak point on this device.

    1. I’ve seen D-shackles been worked through and removed pretty quickly too. As with most of these security measures they’re deterrents and there’s only so much you can do. If they want to steal your bike, unfortunately they will, regardless of what you do. At least a couple of serious D-shackles may be cheaper.

  2. this is great..
    Plese help me how to access the alarm because I dont have my manual…

    Thank you and more power..

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