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    Need a Good, No Frills Alarm

    Since I am going to be buying my system soon, my parents said that they would purchase me an alarm for christmas. I need your ideas on some good dependable alarms. My parents are probably going to want to spend around $100-$150 on the alarm. I don't need anything crazy like a remote start, I just want a dependable, simple alarm with a good range. I was thinking about getting a Compustar 900. Also what am I looking at to have this installed?

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    Re: Need a Good, No Frills Alarm

    id go with the compustar




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    Re: Need a Good, No Frills Alarm

    there is an exact same thread like 2 post down right now




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    Re: Need a Good, No Frills Alarm

    anything dei is good. compustar i guess is good lots of people been talking them up lately. but install price is all depending on year make and model of car. i got my python460hp at CC that was $200 installed( i paid $95 uninstalled) and i am happy with that alarm, altho i just got a new 791xv on the way.



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    Re: Need a Good, No Frills Alarm

    i live in a huge crackhead area in denver and viper has kept my car safe all year now. 2-way pagers FTW!






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