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    Hey whats up club wrx. I just recently got my 05 silver Rex. Bought it with the least options available, just need some advice on what alarm will be best for this car? Thanks in advance.

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    easily the viper 560 xv... you can't go wrong with the turbo timer, remote starter, and alarm package all in one...

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    I would suggest a hidden fuel cut as well.
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    Twisty Monster - 335 ft/lb of torque @ 3600 rpm on a stock turbo. Is that possible? Yes it is.

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    Clifford has some awesome alarms as well the Matrix RSX 3.5 has turbo timer, remote start , alarm, and comes with a sweeet carbon fiber remote. see link

    http://www.clifford.com/matrix/sec/pdf/Matrix906X.pdf

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    I'm looking into getting a decent alarm too. I'm not feeling so great w/o it .
    Is viper better or Clifford better?and how's the pricing on these two?thanks
    Last edited by BabyRex; 11-03-2004 at 10:36 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BabyRex
    I'm looking into getting a decent alarm too. I'm not feeling so great w/o it .
    Is viper better or Clifford better?and how's the pricing on these two?thanks
    Whatever system you get make sure you don't do the standard install. You need to do a little extra (e.g., backup batteries, sirens, etc.) because the thieves know these systems.
    -Brian

    Twisty Monster - 335 ft/lb of torque @ 3600 rpm on a stock turbo. Is that possible? Yes it is.

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    Thanks for the info guys. I will definately look into a clifford or a viper alarm. I dont really want all of the fancy gadgets such as auto engine start, a turbo timer would be ideal, but i will shop around.

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    i kno that clifford and viper are both made from the same company, but what is the difference xcept the looks? and whats the range of the 2 way security system and do u have to pay xtra for the gps?

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    I'm confused, I see the 560xv alerts the remote when you start the car remotely, but does it tell you when the alarm has been triggered? If not, which model does?

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    YA my freind has a fuel line cut on his GSR.. i dunno if u have heard of carbine but that the alarm i use it very cheap haha but not on my rex only on my teg and civic. I think u should try clifford. Try to see if u can find something name python i've seen those around too.
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