View Full Version : What is THE Best Alarm System (Price not a factor)
08-18-2000, 01:59 AM
Friend is looking for a new alarm system. Suggestions about a manufacturer or model number is appreciated! Thanks.
08-18-2000, 06:25 AM
Clifford, hands down. I have the 900 IQ, and it's a great performer when I got it for $900.
08-22-2000, 12:26 AM
well, if price is no object start with getting a Lowjack
08-22-2000, 12:42 AM
If price is no object, hire Mr. T. I bet he could use the work. I pity the foo' that tries to jack a car protected by T Power.
08-22-2000, 02:08 AM
You gotta take your car down to south africa and get that flame thrower deally. Just imagine, some jerk that wants to car jack you, with the simple press of a pedal and VWOOOOOSSH!!! http://smilecwm.tripod.com/cwm/angryfire.gif http://smilecwm.tripod.com/cwm/angryfire.gif http://smilecwm.tripod.com/cwm/angryfire.gif http://smilecwm.tripod.com/cwm/angryfire.gif http://smilecwm.tripod.com/cwm/angryfire.gif BURN BABY BURN!!! http://smilecwm.tripod.com/cwm/eyemouth.gif That lil' crook will regret he ever tried that for a long time with 3rd and 4th degree burns. Just imagine road rage with this system.
[This message has been edited by spigidygak (edited 08-22-2000).]
<BLOCKQUOTE><font size="1" face="Verdana, Arial">quote:</font><HR>Originally posted by pennypinch:
If price is no object, hire Mr. T. I bet he could use the work. I pity the foo' that tries to jack a car protected by T Power.<HR></BLOCKQUOTE>
MURDOCK YOU CRAZY FOOL!
08-23-2000, 08:57 PM
Yea Lowjack is suppose to be one of the best systems out there,
Great, so how much is shipping?
08-23-2000, 10:26 PM
Higher a body guard, or in this case a car guard that stays with the car when you're gone.
The best alarm system is the one you have installed the best. Usually the weak link is the installation before the hardware, unfortunately. http://www.gotapex.com/ubb/frown.gif
08-25-2000, 12:50 AM
I've always preferred poison if you don't mind having to wear gloves everyday in your car.
Simply lace the steering wheel with one of the many varieties of high yield toxins available in the biogenetic market. Anybody who rubs their eyes or touches a mucosal surface will be dead withing 10 minutes hehe.
I think it would be cool to find a thief dead in your car 5 blocks down the road hehe. Wait, did I say that out load?
Oh, my friend made a circuit in the buttockal region of his car seat that required the "driver" to open the circuit prior to sitting in the seat or face the risk of some nice ampage through the ass. Somewhat tiresome, but I guarantee you nobody will steal your car stereo while sitting on the seats haha!
Lo-Jack only works to protect the car. It will not protect the contents such as a stereo or purse or something.
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08-25-2000, 09:44 AM
You guys are hilarious! I agree with the lojack solution but my friend's problem is a little different... see, he got his wheels jacked. All four of em. Right in front of his apartment. But he couldn't hear his alarm. Are there any systems that alert you via a remote/keychain when the alarm goes off?
I like the previously mentioned ass-blaster. Also the Mr. T method sounds intruiging... I Pity the Foo.
08-27-2000, 12:38 AM
Hmm, poison is ok~, you still have to get the body out of the car and if you forget or something, leave it(the body) there over night, you'll never get that smell out.
Great, so how much is shipping?
08-27-2000, 07:12 AM
Goddamn, electricity don't coduct through rubber. . . does he have steel-belted tires? http://www.gotapex.com/ubb/biggrin.gif. Or better yet, just feed the juice through the rim bolts. . . than you could get the guy stuck onto the car with the wrench http://www.gotapex.com/ubb/eek.gif.
boy, we're a helpful group of people arent we. why would anyone want to post on another bbs?
08-29-2000, 01:30 PM
If you don't mind spending a bit of money, you should check out the Autopage RF-700. I have the RF-503 right now and it's a nice alarm system. It has a lot of convenient features...like being able to adjust the alarm sensitivity from the remote. Another thing I like about those alarms is the sirens. They have a distinct sound...different from the six-tone siren that seems to be most popular these days. It makes it easier to tell when it's your car alarm that's going off.
Autopage isn't stocked as frequently as much as a lot of other systems, but it's out there.
Apex made a good point about the installation. On that note, try to stay away from Leo's Car Audio.
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