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riding_celica
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riding_celica Dec 30, 1:49am - #75095 
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car alarm

i just got a car alarm with an LCD remote screen. its by PRESTIGE (the informer series) how good is it??? let me know !!! rofl
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slidr Dec 30, 2:04am - #75096 

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Why didn't you see how good it was before you bought it?

And why are you laughing at what you said? wtf

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riding_celica Dec 30, 2:45am - #75097 
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i got it for xmas...so i didnt really know i was getting it.. and i thought that thing looked cool dickhead!!
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Celicaracer18 Dec 30, 2:49am - #75098 

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Originally Posted by riding_celica
i got it for xmas...so i didnt really know i was getting it.. and i thought that thing looked cool dickhead!!


touchy are we

if it were me i'ld thumbsup take it back and get the mellinum max, but if not i'm sure it'ld be fine. good luck
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Celicaracer18 Dec 30, 2:49am - #75099 

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Edit:it posted it twice, sorry.
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slidr Dec 30, 3:02am - #75100 

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Well I wasn't flaming or anything but if you wanna start shit, then fine. Grow the fuck up you little fag. Maybe you should read the fucking instruction book or ask your parents how many food stamps they had to trade for it and see how much it costs. It only costs around $150 for the model you have, so just take it back to Walmart and you should be able to return it if you havn't installed it yet.

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slidr Dec 30, 3:05am - #75101 

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Oh, and did you get the hydraulic system you wanted for your car yet? rofl rofl rofl

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Celicaracer18 Dec 30, 3:14am - #75102 

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people really shouldn't aurgue and start shit all the time

and by the way, you did start it riding_celica with the dickhead comment
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slidr Dec 30, 3:27am - #75103 

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Originally Posted by Celicaracer18
people really shouldn't aurgue and start shit all the time

and by the way, you did start it riding_celica with the dickhead comment
Exactly. I don't see how asking a simple question warranted that, but I would expect nothing less from a sixteen year-old.

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Celicaracer18 Dec 30, 4:05am - #75104 

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Originally Posted by slidr
Originally Posted by Celicaracer18
people really shouldn't aurgue and start shit all the time

and by the way, you did start it riding_celica with the dickhead comment
Exactly. I don't see how asking a simple question warranted that, but I would expect nothing less from a sixteen year-old.


seriously, how were you supposed to know he got it for christmas, i would have asked the same question
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slidr Dec 30, 4:19am - #75105 

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Exactly. But I guess I should have looked in his profile and saw that he was 16 and assumed that someone else had to buy it for him. grin

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riding_celica Dec 30, 4:36am - #75106 
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hey...my fault for blowin up on you guys... ya my neighborhoods been getting a lot of thefts lately but i asked for an alarm and got that... i dont know if its good.. decent.. great.. sucks ass... i dunno you rate it 1-10
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riding_celica Dec 30, 4:38am - #75107 
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im kinda lookin at the viper alarms 910 somethin like that? ne suggestions.. or will i be ok for a while with the one i have?
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slidr Dec 30, 5:19am - #75108 

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Okay, well now that you aren't calling me a dickhead for asking a simple question, I was looking for reviews for your type of alarm, and I couldn't find a single one. This leads me to believe that it is not very popular. I personally do not know anyone with this type of alarm so I guess you will have to see if anyone on this site responds that they have one or knows someone who does.

But yeah, I'd take it back and go for the sure thing, a Viper system. I used to have one a while back on my old car and I was very pleased with the different levels you could arm it at etc. They also cost a lot more than yours, so it really depends on how much you can afford, or are willing to spend. Viper is a safe bet though, unless someone else has any problems with it, or can recommend a better system, but for me, the Viper is the only one I have ever had. thumbsup

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riding_celica Dec 30, 5:03pm - #75109 
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a man thanks... ill look into the viper then i just got my paycheck so im fine with the price but ill keep searching
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Celicaracer18 Dec 31, 1:07am - #75110 

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there is another thread on here called "remote starter...how and why?", check it out
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riding_celica Dec 31, 2:55pm - #75111 
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thanks... i was also lookin at some BLACK WIDOW Alarms with the lcd remote...or should i stick with wanting a VIPER?... whats a couple of the best lcd remote alarms for around 300-350 dollars?

http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=3067727538&category=48611
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Celicaracer18 Jan 2, 4:44am - #75112 

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are you crazy.

you can get the millinium max 2 way alarm w/remote start for around 250 instaled
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Speed4TheNeed Jan 2, 4:49am - #75113 

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^^ keep product pushing, j/k...i have heard it was awesome though. thumbsup

personally i'd go with viper. but here is a link to someting that claims absolute greatness (never had a vehicle stolen with this device): ravelco antitheft device . it's worth checking out thumbsup
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