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ravadude338 Jul 6, 3:46am - #216930 
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Kill switch...

Does anyone have one... Pics or sum links would be good thumbsup

thanks in advance.
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shidarin Jul 6, 4:14am - #216931 
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Kill switch for? What? you can set a kill switch up to anything. It's a switch.
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ravadude338 Jul 6, 4:50am - #216932 
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kill switch as in with your engine / battery / gears. ect

anti theif stuff
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shidarin
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shidarin Jul 6, 4:56am - #216933 
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ahh, lol, I want to see someone install it on the battery

"now, when I press the alarm button, you're not gonna put any more power into any of these wires, kinda like magic you'll disobey the laws of electricity!"
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wannaBblueCelica Jul 6, 5:01am - #216934 

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i don't have one, if it gets broken into i'd prefer it disapear than have to pay for the damage. last time i didn't have full coverage 'cause my eclipse was paid off it was almost 3000 in damage done to my door, and car. got the parts from a friend and fixed my self for a lot less, but still, i only have 1 friend w/ same car aw me and he is selling his now.

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Anonymous Jul 6, 9:01pm - #216935 
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It would just be a switch. Some people have it wired up to something else like your left turn signal must be on to start the car. But you dont wanna be able to see the switch it should be hidden.
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CelicaRacer05 Jul 6, 9:05pm - #216936 

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well some kid wanted a "kill" switch for his rear lights, so when he was speeding, and he saw a cop he could slow down without the cop knowing he was speeding...

u can put a kill switch inline with ur ignition, or a couple of spark plugs, and hide it in the glove box or in the side panel on the passenger side, so when you leave the car flip it off, and if someone trys to steal ur car, they wont be able to start it or drive away...

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Anonymous Jul 6, 9:08pm - #216937 
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The back light thing is stupid a cop will still notice the front end of your car dipping down if you hit your brakes. And besides isnt the cop usually infront of you when he radars you.
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CelicaRacer05 Jul 6, 9:11pm - #216938 

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Originally Posted by spyder00367
The back light thing is stupid a cop will still notice the front end of your car dipping down if you hit your brakes. And besides isnt the cop usually infront of you when he radars you.


yesterday night i was speeding home from work and i took this sharp turn kinda fast, and saw a cop sitting at the light going the opposite direction, good thing i noticed him pop a U, and started tailing me, i didnt use my breaks to slow down, i used my hand break and friction, he was following me like a bitch... so i just turned on to a couple side streets and ditched him... i hate cops
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shidarin Jul 6, 9:50pm - #216939 
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Originally Posted by CelicaRacer05
well some kid wanted a "kill" switch for his rear lights, so when he was speeding, and he saw a cop he could slow down without the cop knowing he was speeding...


Step one: roll down windows
Step two: parking brake
step three: slight latteral motion; not too much or you'll seem like a drunk. If possible, change lanes with your blinker safely- laterall motion sheds velocity..

etc etc etc
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QTRMLR_1 Jul 6, 10:47pm - #216940 

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careful on the hand brake...make sure you're going straight because you don't want to do a drift demonstration right in front of the cop. grin

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QTRMLR_1 Jul 6, 10:50pm - #216941 

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I like the rear light kill switch idea to temporarily break that circuit...a good place would be like a nitrous button on the steering wheel.

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Erick Jul 6, 11:29pm - #216942 

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don't forget opening the sun roof (if you got one) help slow it down more grin

kill switch ain't such a bad idea though.. nice security feature

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ghostingcelica Jul 7, 8:58am - #216943 
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sounds really cool. i would sure sleep better if i knew a theif cant make away with my car for sure. i mean alarm is nice. but who listens to alarms nowadays.
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