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    club/mechanical protection

    ok, i am saving for an alarm. in the meantime, i want to try to protect my car as much as possible. i already have a club (those steel ones wrapped in red plastic) but what else can i do?



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    Re: club/mechanical protection

    You can do a hidden fuel pump cutoff switch.



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    Re: club/mechanical protection

    i mean when im not in the car. if they break in while im at home, i already got a 12 guage mossberg 590a1. **** them. this is for when i park at school or stuff like that.

    fuelpump cutoff? how hard is that to wire?



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    I always have a hard time deciding which handgun to carry:



    Concealed handgun permit with paging car alarm FTW!



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    Re: club/mechanical protection

    ok guys, let me say it again. this is when im parked somewhere like school. just something to prevent them from stealing it. i already have a club, is there anything else i can do to further secure my car down?



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    Re: club/mechanical protection

    Argh, gotta spoon feed everyone because they can't think for themselves: http://causeforalarm.thecarthing.com...ill/index.html

    Of course that link provides lots of information about Honda/Acura. If you can't figure out how to apply to it to your vehicle from there, well, then I can't help you. Also, a club is fairly useless if a thief has a steering wheel puller and another steering wheel!



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    a club...... what are you afraid someone is going to steal your car??? or break into it



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    Re: club/mechanical protection

    do something like my macbook pro its linked to my bluetooth and when im more than 30ft away from it it sets an alarm and should anyone open it it takes a picture of them and sends it to my ftp server





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    Re: club/mechanical protection

    well, my box is done with security torx and if they want the box that bad i cant stop them. so, im more affraid of them stealing the car. i have comprehensive insurrance on the parts inside



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    boot your car when you get out.

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    Re: club/mechanical protection

    Simplest thing is once the car is off, pop the hood and pull out the ignition coil wire and take it with you. Don't tell anyone that's how you secure your car either, nobody is going to randomly have an ignition coil wire with them, but if people know that's how to steal your car they'll get one cheap.




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    This is just a reminder to members that the next club car night is this coming Tuesday, 16th December, a week earlier than usual.




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    Re: club/mechanical protection

    Most cars these days have coil packs or COP, so you would have to remove 4 or more coil wires or take out the coil-on-plugs, kind of a PITA..I used to simply remove my fuel pump relay when leaving the car in an area I was uncomfortable with, and I have alarms on all my cars..Won't stop them from putting it on a flatbed, but I don't really see that happening at school..



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