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x2o
07-13-2008, 01:10 PM
Well, I'm looking to buy a new alarm but do not want a remote start. I just don't need it, I live in FL. lol. Waste of money and a pain in the *** installing, so I'd rather just not.

But I'm not sure what alarm to go with, I guess my budget is from 0-300, but will spend more if it's needed for a good alarm and it's a big difference from a cheaper one.

Right now I was looking into the Clifford 12.5x, which is like $160 and looks pretty good, but what else is there?

Thanks!

hemi=22s
07-13-2008, 01:11 PM
viper 5900

dumpin907
07-13-2008, 01:15 PM
Well, I'm looking to buy a new alarm but do not want a remote start. I just don't need it, I live in FL. lol. Waste of money and a pain in the *** installing, so I'd rather just not.

But I'm not sure what alarm to go with, I guess my budget is from 0-300, but will spend more if it's needed for a good alarm and it's a big difference from a cheaper one.

Right now I was looking into the Clifford 12.5x, which is like $160 and looks pretty good, but what else is there?

Thanks!

if i were you i would install glass break sensors and extra horns/sirens. just got my whip broken into 3 days ago, broke back window and didnt have glass break sensor, alarm didnt go off.

x2o
07-13-2008, 01:16 PM
viper 5900

Am I missing something? I'm pretty sure that has a remote start as I was looking into that one a couple months back.

And yeah I plan on getting a glass break sensors and a few of those backup sirens that don't run off of the +12v and use like backup batts or whatever so if they cut the power they will still be blaring. :)

Sorry to hear you got jacked though :crap:

x2o
07-13-2008, 11:05 PM
Bump :(

hemi=22s
07-13-2008, 11:08 PM
yeah 5900 now does than this one

http://www.viper.com/Products/Product.aspx?ProductID=107

x2o
07-13-2008, 11:25 PM
Ok cool, good lookin out hemi :)

You've been pretty helpful, go FL!

jrouter76
07-14-2008, 12:24 AM
Well, I'm looking to buy a new alarm but do not want a remote start. I just don't need it, I live in FL. lol. Waste of money and a pain in the *** installing, so I'd rather just not.

But I'm not sure what alarm to go with, I guess my budget is from 0-300, but will spend more if it's needed for a good alarm and it's a big difference from a cheaper one.

Right now I was looking into the Clifford 12.5x, which is like $160 and looks pretty good, but what else is there?

Thanks!
remote start is easier then you think, bacially you just need to cut the starter wire and connect the remote start in btween and make sure you have a bypass for security starting and hook up a few more wires and that `s it for the remote start,,, now the alarm can be a little tricky(type of door locks main problem).

x2o
07-14-2008, 12:25 AM
remote start is easier then you think, bacially you just need to cut the starter wire and connect the remote start in btween and make sure you have a bypass for security starting and hook up a few more wires and that `s it for the remote start,,, now the alarm can be a little tricky(type of door locks main problem).

Yeah but I heard specifically the bypass for my car was a PITA as my car doesn't like accepting teritary keys or whatever, i don't remember :confused:

pickup1
07-14-2008, 12:44 AM
i got this one and it works great.color screen,1 mile range,3 channels plus trunk pop.etc...

http://www.autopageusa.com/t_inside.cfm?action=products&catID=1004&prodID=fc5a9b72-bafd-4243-9355-ebe9de1a12be

it has remote start,but you dont have to use it.

x2o
07-14-2008, 01:21 AM
i got this one and it works great.color screen,1 mile range,3 channels plus trunk pop.etc...

http://www.autopageusa.com/t_inside.cfm?action=products&catID=1004&prodID=fc5a9b72-bafd-4243-9355-ebe9de1a12be

it has remote start,but you dont have to use it.

How much did it cost ya?