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Old 01-04-2010, 07:21 PM   #1
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Car Security?

maybe a thread on what alarms are good, where they can be placed, contact details for alarm fitters

for example - who to contact who can tell other users where to hide trackers/kill switches (receive this info in a pm, so its not public knowledge?!)

which alarms to avoid. trouble shooting.

maybe this already exists, but i haven't found it yet?

feel free to correct me if i'm wrong
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any good alarm company will sort all of the above for you and i would say its down to your budget to what you can get.
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A mate of a mate etc. used to keep a highly sharpened spike pointing upwards from under the drivers seat once he'd parked his pride and joy up on a night time!!!

It didn't half pay off when someone tried to accquire the vehicle!!!
Then he kicked fu** out of the guy with the split arse when he got out of hospital!!!

Try explaining why you had a spike in ur ass being admitted to hospital!!!

I know this is wrong but hey,it kept him his car.
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I'd probaby add a couple of barbs so you couldn't get it out too
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Old 17-04-2010, 12:09 AM   #5
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A mate of a mate etc. used to keep a highly sharpened spike pointing upwards from under the drivers seat once he'd parked his pride and joy up on a night time!!!

It didn't half pay off when someone tried to accquire the vehicle!!!
Then he kicked fu** out of the guy with the split arse when he got out of hospital!!!

Try explaining why you had a spike in ur ass being admitted to hospital!!!

I know this is wrong but hey,it kept him his car.
this is the best thing i've ever heard before in my life!!
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Old 18-04-2010, 11:09 PM   #6
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I want to fit a kill switch to my R33.... anyone know how to do it?
Should the switch be a fuel cut, or something to disable the starter motor, an ignition cut, or... something else...?
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