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swerve 02-05-2005 11:25 PM

Car Security.
 
I know some people don't believe in alarms or what not. I really wanted remote start but my car sits in the garage most of the time. But sometimes I have to stay in the city and I'd like to have some sort of security(even though it's pointless now-a-days).

Is there anything that would be a 2 way system that would alert me when someone is around my car for a certain amount of time? Also what are some good brands//models to look into.

Links would be greatly appreciated!

thanks!

-adam

Plurr 02-05-2005 11:36 PM

go with anything DEI and you can't go wrong.

Kennginn 02-05-2005 11:44 PM

viper791 here 8)

1993 SLE 02-05-2005 11:45 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Plurr
go with anything DEI and you can't go wrong.

second that.......Viper 791 is really good, Plurr you have that dont ya?? it is a bas ass system, installing one in the summer

GAMEOVER 02-06-2005 07:00 AM

i have a Autopage 850 Lcd

Plurr 02-06-2005 10:07 AM

yah i got the viper 791.....if you plan on installing one of these yourself, make sure you have an extra car to go get stuff and a good chunk of time on your hands.

CFoote 02-06-2005 10:13 AM

Well you'll definitely need 2 way if you want to know whos in the perimeter of your car, plus you'll need a radar/motion sensor for outside the car. Its gonna be a lot of work, good luck...

Don't forget a VATS module if you are doing remote start.

opensourceguy 02-06-2005 10:32 AM

A Microwave Sensor is what senses activity around the car. The thing that would worry me, is let's say I am in a parking lot, with the senativity turned all the way up, would the alarm go off if a car parked next to me and opened the door and kids came out?


-justin

GAMEOVER 02-06-2005 11:27 AM

to many false alarms isnt good

some installers say that DEI's have a tendency to make more false alarms than others

swerve 02-06-2005 01:16 PM

I'm most def. have my buddy greg who does this for a living help me out. And if he doesn't want to do it I'll find a a busikness that's willing to put it in.


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