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Simply put, you cannot. You will have to replace the TSSM module if you want to keep the immobilizer and alarm or replace it with a TSM module which will have no alarm or immobilizer. Even a dealer cannot start this bike without a pin. If the bike was PDI'd correctly, the dealer may have set a standard pin code and as long as the owner did not change it happy days. On the other hand, if no pin code was set, then you are out of luck. No fob, no start. Check your owners manual to see if the dealer wrote the pin code down. Also, he may have stuck two stickers which will have the codes of the original fobs programmed to the bike. If you have these, he may be able to order a fob with matching codes. Best of luck.
If your using AMD LE-1150 you cant use a dualcore nor a core2duo because the socket of your motherboard is for AMD microprocessor only you can upgrade or change your procs to any AMD AM2 dual core model make sure you check the specs of your motherboard for supported CPU list. you can find that in their website
You can't lock it with a code, unfortunately, the best you can do is to do a key-lock, which you can do by pressing the * button, and then the right contextual button (the one right underneath your screen).
If you're worried about your phone being abused, you could consider setting a SIM PIN code, but this requires you to turn the phone off for it to be active.