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    Viper 791xv

    What are the Goods and Bads about this alarm system?







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    Re: Viper 791xv

    ill let u know when i install mine this weekend!



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    Re: Viper 791xv

    good it is a great alarm and remote start! bad: goes threw remote batterys about once a month, and the remote start distance makes you lazy so you start the car all the time and waste gas.



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    Re: Viper 791xv

    the only complaints that i ever had about that alarm was that there is no way to protect the buttons from being accidently pressed, and with the range it offers you never know if you are starting the car, popping the trunk, rolling the windows down, etc etc ...

    that, and like said before, the battery life... but its a great alarm, i loved mine, and now my grandma loves it




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