Hi, I agree with Rich. The last thing you want on an overland bike is complicated alarm/immobiliser. I had a 'Datatool stealth ' alarm immobiliser on a'transalp' and it was a complete nightmare. It had already been fitted to the bike when I bought it and I ended up paying a qualified specialist to have it removed. I've fitted an 'Acumen' alarm to my current bike. They are designed to be fitted by the DIY mechanic and took about half and hour to fit. There's no complicated wiring and it doesn't interfere with the iginition system. Have a look in the M&P catalogue as there are a few makes and models of a similar type. These alarms are a good deterent and although they don't give you any discount on you insurance at home, it won't effect you on an overland trip.