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lamontlamont
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 how to professional theives bi pass car alarms

i want to know how professional theives bypass the average car alarm. i figure they cut the siren wires from under neath by crawling under the car so i put my wires high up, and i also put a second siren high up. i know that you should bury the alarm brain deep up into the dash board. does anybody have any other advice on how to stop car theives and also how do they steal cars with alarms.

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velocitymotorsports
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Purchase an electronic hood lock & also tilt sensor to go along with your alarm system. Having pager capabilities is a plus as well.

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piazo sirens for inside car, battery back-up, proximity sensor....

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 RE: how to professional theives bi pass car alarms

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Originally posted on 03-22-2005 by lamontlamont
i want to know how professional theives bypass the average car alarm. i figure they cut the siren wires from under neath by crawling under the car so i put my wires high up, and i also put a second siren high up. i know that you should bury the alarm brain deep up into the dash board. does anybody have any other advice on how to stop car theives and also how do they steal cars with alarms.

get a garage. hehe

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everlasting289
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sell the car

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work midnights at a garage :)

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Thieves are able to get close upt o a car, even a car with a REALLY sensitive sensor, by running up on it real fast, then stopping almost immediatly. Make the car think you're the wind. Then, just slowly drop tot he ground, and use the wire cutters to hit the battery cables... THAT'S why my idea is to use a secodary battery wired somewhere else in the car...

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how do they get away with the car if they cut the battery wires?

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how do they get away with the car if they cut the battery wires?

They don't... Its too disable the alarm, and steal the subs and HU or whatever... But why would i knwo this? Ohh yeah, all them punks in the trailor park taught me... Now i know how to bypass them... Advise: Make friends with people who steal, and follow up your vehicle with their techniques... :)

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hispls
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Rule #1. If someone wants your shit bad enough, they'll take it.

Sucks but it's true. I used to run with some real degenerates back in the late 80's, and the best thief I knew would be in and out with whatever he wanted so fast that he just ignored the alarm.

there are a lot of ways to make your alarm more difficult to defeat, and a lot of creative ways to make your stuff more difficult to remove (lots of fiberglass for one).

I used to have a Hadley 15" dual air horn kit running off my alarm all off a separate battery fiberglassed in the trunk along with a concealed casette player that turned on and played "the lords of acid" (obnixious techno) at 148+ dB.

I really wish someone would have tried it. I had one old dude accidentally try the door and I think he pooped his pants. It sounded like the second coming of Christ when that alarm went off.

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Rule #1. If someone wants your shit bad enough, they'll take it.

Sucks but it's true. I used to run with some real degenerates back in the late 80's, and the best thief I knew would be in and out with whatever he wanted so fast that he just ignored the alarm.

there are a lot of ways to make your alarm more difficult to defeat, and a lot of creative ways to make your stuff more difficult to remove (lots of fiberglass for one).

I used to have a Hadley 15" dual air horn kit running off my alarm all off a separate battery fiberglassed in the trunk along with a concealed casette player that turned on and played "the lords of acid" (obnixious techno) at 148+ dB.

I really wish someone would have tried it. I had one old dude accidentally try the door and I think he pooped his pants. It sounded like the second coming of Christ when that alarm went off.



LMAO!!!!

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 I gotta agree.

Have to agree, if i want your car bad enough, i call my buddy bubba over at billy jo's car wrecking yard and pay him 50 bucks to hook up to it, drag it onto the flat bed, and go...alarm going off?? SO WHAT.. your neighbors and any witnesses just think its broken down, or that its getting repo'ed - i then meet him at the nearest concealed location, strip the car, and go home to eat breakfast...if it is TRULY that valuable, set some of your "awesome car fund " money aside and build a garage!

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DoubleE
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I had a buddy whos brother had a towtruck not for any company or anything and would just backup to your car lift it and go, I didnt believe him at first but then relized that he had so much audio equip. that continually kept stacking up in his garage it had to be true

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 RE:

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I had a buddy whos brother had a towtruck not for any company or anything and would just backup to your car lift it and go, I didnt believe him at first but then relized that he had so much audio equip. that continually kept stacking up in his garage it had to be true

In my area,My car is so well known that if someone else drove it,they wont make it out of town cause the cops would pull it over,(My brother used it the other day just to go to the store,and I told him that I should take him,He said no he'll be all right,Didnt even make it to the store before being pulled over and checked out cause the cop didnt recognize him)The whole town knows who's it is and they know being that old of a car theres no paper on it )you know loans and such) that a tow truck or reposser excuse wouldnt work,also M.B. cant be cranked up w/out special knowledge of how to ( I got it that way). If I go out of town, the car is never out of my sight,and like I said I dont care how good a hot wire you try, it wont work.Now getting to the system,I'm not too much worried about it, cause even though it sounds good,Not too many would rip it, cause its not a high dollar system. LOL

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you're so cute shannon... lol

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