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View Poll Results: Your Car Security?
Factory...I trust VATS and the stock system, never been broken into or stolen. 11 68.75%
Aftermarket.....never been broken into or stolen 4 25.00%
Factory, was broken into or stolen (considering aftermarket) 1 6.25%
Aftermarket, was broken into and stolen 0 0%
The club, or some other device added to stock security 0 0%
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Old 10-16-2002, 12:09 PM   #21
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Wrong. My 93SSEi and JSeabert'* 93SSE have it stock. I believe the Rat has it stock on his 92SE.
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Oooohhhh! NOW I understand, we '87-'95'* arent good enough to be included in the poll. Just kidding. Thanks for the clarification.
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Old 10-16-2002, 12:15 PM   #23
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Okay, while I was posting, Will posted the above which states that he and a few others had them stock. Now I could see JSeabert and Willwren having a security system in their SSE'*, but the Rat? It must have been an option for his '92 SE. I can't believe that the original owner of my SE would order an SC but not a security system. I do have a couple of small holes drilled in my left inner fender that I suspect an aftermarket may have been installed. But this is speculation.
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It'* simple, if they can't catch you, how can they steal it? OR because nobody but us has ever heard of a supercharged SE, it must not exist, and therefore cannot be stolen.
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I think I exsist, therefor I am. So I have an invisible car that does not exist? That would make a great get-away car. Wouldn't the invisible "Supercharged" badges give it away? Oh wait, they are invisible. Maybe my security system is invisible too, and I just haven't been able to find it yet! I'll keep looking. Um, I mean FEELING for them.
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Wait! You might find a security system here:

www.yahoo.com

Hope it helps!
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I know exatly how his car looks. Its the SE, of coarse, and on the driver and passenger door panels it has the skiny-long supercgarged badging lo-key on the bottom where most bagding says SSE/i and he has the skinny slanted dual pipes like if you pay attention to the Park Avenue Ultra'* pipes. No HUD, no compass, yes DIC. I still like it. You can trick alot of people with it by having them think you have a regular motor in it.
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Well I guess they were all or some on option list then.
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You can trick alot of people with it by having them think you have a regular motor in it.
How in the hell are you going to do that when it says SuperCharged on each door!
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Well I guess they were all or some on option list then.
It was STANDARD equipment on the SSE and SSEi in 93.
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