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    best basic remote starter?

    nothing fancy just a simple one for 100$







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    Re: best basic remote starter?

    check out the bulldog rs



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    Re: best basic remote starter?

    check ebay for a valet 561r or 562t both the same but different remotes. love installing them. dont get a bulldog



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    Re: best basic remote starter?

    i just got an audiovox 901(i think) for $125 installed a few weeks ago. been working great, but it is pretty dependant on the installer as well i guess




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    Re: best basic remote starter?

    wow....didn't realize they were that cheap



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    Re: best basic remote starter?

    oh ya, forgot to mention

    i didnt get the keyless entry option because my car has keyless already, BUT i found out it wont work when the car is on so it is useless if the remote start hasnt finished its 10 minute cycle

    i either have to shut down the remote start to use it or just use the key

    that might be something to consider if your car is like mine




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    Re: best basic remote starter?

    well this is for my pops im getting my viper 5900 installed tomorrow

    but yeh i see bulldog at walmart and id be leery about it actually working

    ill make a decision soon maybe see if the guys at the place im going to can throw me a deal on one




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    Re: best basic remote starter?

    Quote Originally Posted by Horsemanwill View Post
    check out the bulldog rs
    x2. I installed one in less than an hour in my old Caddy. The module runs about $80, it comes with a remote capable of lock/unlock, trunk pop, and remote start.

    Yes, WalMart sells it, but it's still a solid unit.




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    Re: best basic remote starter?

    Dei!



    94' thunderbird *parked*<
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    dynamated and edeaded trunk lid, rear deck, front doors
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    stock hu
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    spring time getting clarion MAX675VDII and front components possibly jbl's again

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