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    Registered User Pavia's Avatar
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    Impact security sensor installed

    Got tired of people dinging my car when my back is turned...lol

    Took about 20 min to install, then $50 to activate at the dealership.

    It's set to stun!


    BTW, the dealer quoted 3hrs of labor if they did the install...lol
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    3 hrs?!

    Isn't that thing hidden in the center console?
    I work on vehicles that make 650hp and 2400ft/lbs.

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    hey man what brand is your system?

    i was looking into one myself im quite into the viper system, i just wanted some feedback on someone else who had one before i went to get one and dropped that cash

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    Quote Originally Posted by WRXman7 View Post
    hey man what brand is your system?

    i was looking into one myself im quite into the viper system, i just wanted some feedback on someone else who had one before i went to get one and dropped that cash
    ive got a python which is made by the same company and its a great alarm
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    It's the Subaru one.

    Location is right behind the glove box, near where the cabin air filter is.

    So installation involves removing the glove box, removing one bolt, attaching the sensor to a bracket, and plugging an existing connector into the sensor. Then you hook up the dealer's diagnostic computer to the car and activate it (on the 06-07 cars).

    3hrs indeed...lol.
    06 GTO M6 Quicksilver, SLP 455 Bobcat, LS7 Clutch w/ SS line (RPM tune:373rwhp/373rwtq)
    07 WRX TR M5 Garnet Red Pearl w/ Straight PPGs and Cusco front LSD (Agile tune:307whp/343wtq)

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