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The above thought is smart and doesnt require any further addition. Its perfect thought from my side. scott Parking Sensor

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If you dont have a backup power sorce on anything you install then I can have your car in under 2min with no pic taken or anything going off. I repoed cars a few years back for extra money at night so I could open my 2nd shop faster. Easy fix is short the battery out it frys the brain since there is no backup power supply to kick in and cut off the main power. Fusion was the smarter comp back in the day they used all black wires and you installed by counting pin location sure a pain to put in but no way to tell what wire is what if a theif goes to unwire it or snip wires. I myself use a power supply that isn't hooked up to anything in the car on my compuStar unit. The skytel is nice but if battery goes low I think it needs to be reporgrammed and compustar flashes the drive inside and stores the settings. You get what you pay for people and if you have a high end car or big $ system nothing will save your car if someone wants it cause there is the hook and book way where you just snatch it up on a flat bed or pull it on a car dolley and most high end theifs are doing it that way. No one will stop a tuck pulling a car it hits the docks or chop shop and fun fun fun for them.



I am all for back up batteries & sirens for security alarms, but I highly recommend hood locks to physically prevent & pin switches to trigger the alarm once it is opened even before they have a chance to get to the main battery.

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 Having a expensive alarm in your car isn't that worthy because peoples who put these inside their car are too flashy. If you put big chrome 19" wheel, huge body kits, and huge system then you end having your car jack, and that's same with the audio decals, what-ever they call it. From what i notice if you keep your car stock you can prevent bulgary and all sorts of problem down the road. Don't mean to insult anyone but i usually keep most of my car stock and not show off to much.

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I can get you a brand new Compustar 2 way alarm/starter combo with pager for $500 CDN installed.
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