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    No, I think he means this:
    http://www.clubbuster.com/clubbuster.htm
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    Quote Originally Posted by MidKnight
    No, I think he means this:
    http://www.clubbuster.com/clubbuster.htm
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    Buy a mitsubishi. No one will steal it
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    for a second i thought the title said: "Cat got stolen"

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    Quote Originally Posted by TurboWill
    I should be! Honestly the only way they could steal it with it on, is if the flat bedded it.
    Actually. . .the Autolok is very easy to defeat if you know how. The only proven way to prevent the car from being stolen is layered protection on the car. The only WRX/STi that I know of that the thieves didn't get was one with a hidden fuel cut. They ended up trying to push the car down the street, but left it after a few blocks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cnk
    Actually. . .the Autolok is very easy to defeat if you know how. The only proven way to prevent the car from being stolen is layered protection on the car. The only WRX/STi that I know of that the thieves didn't get was one with a hidden fuel cut. They ended up trying to push the car down the street, but left it after a few blocks.

    Calvin
    there is new autolok version out that is much much more stronger and has a different lock cylinder . I used a club buster to see if it would break , guess what the club buster broke instead.

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    sorry to hear about your lost..

    I cant even imagine what you are going through. I am so glad i dont live in NJ because i hear about so many wrx and sti being stolen. I hope they find it for you, good luck.

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    i love my AP....whenever i have to leave my car in an untrusting area i load the anti-theft a map..doesnt allow the car to start
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    Quote Originally Posted by tekfoc
    there is new autolok version out that is much much more stronger and has a different lock cylinder . I used a club buster to see if it would break , guess what the club buster broke instead.
    The only locking mechanism that I know of that seems to work. . .especially in NYC is the Mul-t-lok, which is a transmission locking device. Even with the "newer, improved" autolok, there are still ways to bypass it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WRXcelration
    i love my AP....whenever i have to leave my car in an untrusting area i load the anti-theft a map..doesnt allow the car to start
    Don't put too much reliance upon that. ***Deleted to not help theives***.

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    Last edited by beastcivic; 08-05-2005 at 06:45 AM.

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    yes, sorry to hear your bad news. hope you get it back undamaged and soon
    keep us posted. again very sorry to hear.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cnk
    Don't put too much reliance upon that. ***Deleted to not help thieves***
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    Last edited by beastcivic; 08-05-2005 at 06:45 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cnk
    The only locking mechanism that I know of that seems to work. . .especially in NYC is the Mul-t-lok, which is a transmission locking device. Even with the "newer, improved" autolok, there are still ways to bypass it.

    Calvin
    same goes for multi t lock had it on my old car lost the keys and had to get it off , guess what ! got it off ! . anything can be removed if you have the time. the best thing is to have a combintion of different locks on your car to slow them down. remember time is not on the thiefs side. please dont ask me how to remove the multi t lock cause i wont tell , thiefs are everyware.

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    Sorry to hear about your car. I went through the same thing just over a year ago.
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    hey guys

    if anyone from the tristate area is interested in some additional protection for their rex drop me an email...if enough people respond i'll set up a meet and give u guys a demo
    wrxphilly@yahoo.com

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