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Security Systems? #256454 Aug 22, 3:46pm Aug 22, 3:46pm
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Security Systems?
Well since I have manual transmission I cant get a remote start one but what do you think the best system is. Right now I am looking at viper systems but am having a hard time finding info on them too. Any help would be great thanks!

Re: Security Systems? [Re: SeeULater] #256455 Aug 22, 5:47pm Aug 22, 5:47pm
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Python 800xl I think is what I have im very happy with it

touch my car and it will page remote and show exactly whats happening.

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Re: Security Systems? [Re: falkkor] #256456 Aug 22, 5:51pm Aug 22, 5:51pm
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Clifford Matrix. One of the best if not the best one out there, but pricey.

http://www.clifford.com/matrix/sec/default.asp

Re: Security Systems? [Re: MptGlw69] #256457 Aug 22, 7:38pm Aug 22, 7:38pm
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DEI Viper without a doubt! CLifford is made by DEI. If you can afford it get a Viper 791XV. THE best alarm on the market. That unit retails for $650, I got mine on Ebay for $260.00. deal


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i wanted to get the vac gauge because it constantly moves. more of a race feel i think
Re: Security Systems? [Re: Live42day] #256458 Dec 23, 3:27pm Dec 23, 3:27pm
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Originally Posted by Live42day
DEI Viper without a doubt! CLifford is made by DEI. If you can afford it get a Viper 791XV. THE best alarm on the market. That unit retails for $650, I got mine on Ebay for $260.00. deal


i've been lookin for this info forever! a friend of mine is gettin me one for like 173$!
i'm not sure what retail for 591xv is though (not sure which one hes gettin me exactly), anyone know that?


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Re: Security Systems? [Re: JesterDallas] #256459 Dec 24, 10:52am Dec 24, 10:52am
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i just got my clifford matrix 3.5 from my guys here in nc at cartunes, retail is 489.00, but since i know everyone there i got it for 230.00. thumbsup haha, just have to figure out how to install it.

Re: Security Systems? [Re: narcolepsy123456] #256460 Dec 24, 11:27am Dec 24, 11:27am
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yeah, cartoys wanted to charge me like 200$ for install and circuit city wanted almost 400$ eek they crazy


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Re: Security Systems? [Re: Live42day] #256461 Dec 24, 7:22pm Dec 24, 7:22pm
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Originally Posted by Live42day
DEI Viper without a doubt! CLifford is made by DEI. If you can afford it get a Viper 791XV. THE best alarm on the market. That unit retails for $650, I got mine on Ebay for $260.00. deal


I have this Viper alarm. It was on my old car and then I just had it re-installed on my Celica in November. I agree about this being the best alarm on the market.

Re: Security Systems? [Re: Tay69] #256462 Dec 24, 7:53pm Dec 24, 7:53pm

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You really cant go wrong. Most of the bid companies (viper, clifford, compustar, and others) are owned by DEI. I would personally take compustar just because their remotes seem to last longer and can take more abouse. Also i see no point in spending so much on a two-way. All it does is inform you that your shit has been jacked. A nice without going overboard is all a person needs.

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I just bought the compuSTAR 2wss-as remote 2 way pager. i love it and it does amazing things.


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Originally Posted by spyder00367
You really cant go wrong. Most of the bid companies (viper, clifford, compustar, and others) are owned by DEI. I would personally take compustar just because their remotes seem to last longer and can take more abouse. Also i see no point in spending so much on a two-way. All it does is inform you that your shit has been jacked. A nice without going overboard is all a person needs.


I have to disagree with that. The new 2 way alarms have the paging capability buit into the remotes. If you had seen or installed the old school pager systems you would know it was a pain in the ass. You had to carry a separate (bigger than pager) unit with you. Theres nothing worse than your alarm going off and you don't know. With the 2 way system you know it's going off because your remote notifies you. Plus you know if your doors are locked and if your car is remote started without having your car in view. by looking at your remote. deal


Originally posted by RICOGT:
i wanted to get the vac gauge because it constantly moves. more of a race feel i think
Re: Security Systems? [Re: Tay69] #256465 Dec 24, 9:32pm Dec 24, 9:32pm
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Originally Posted by Tay69
Originally Posted by Live42day
DEI Viper without a doubt! CLifford is made by DEI. If you can afford it get a Viper 791XV. THE best alarm on the market. That unit retails for $650, I got mine on Ebay for $260.00. deal


I have this Viper alarm. It was on my old car and then I just had it re-installed on my Celica in November. I agree about this being the best alarm on the market.


I have the 791XV as well. Definitely one of the best. thumbsup thumbsup

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Originally Posted by Live42day
Originally Posted by spyder00367
You really cant go wrong. Most of the bid companies (viper, clifford, compustar, and others) are owned by DEI. I would personally take compustar just because their remotes seem to last longer and can take more abouse. Also i see no point in spending so much on a two-way. All it does is inform you that your shit has been jacked. A nice without going overboard is all a person needs.


I have to disagree with that. The new 2 way alarms have the paging capability buit into the remotes. If you had seen or installed the old school pager systems you would know it was a pain in the ass. You had to carry a separate (bigger than pager) unit with you. Theres nothing worse than your alarm going off and you don't know. With the 2 way system you know it's going off because your remote notifies you. Plus you know if your doors are locked and if your car is remote started without having your car in view. by looking at your remote. deal
But security wise it serves no real function. Any theif would be gone well before you ever got to your car. Sure it can tell you if your cars remote started but most have a timer which even if you accidently activate it the car will turn off in 10 minutes or less. I just dont see the need to spend 500-600 on dollars on a security system when a 200 dollar system will work.

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