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    Hey guys and girls i was thinking about installing a starter button in my car kev suggested it and thought it was a good idea but is it a good upgrade or just pointless money?

    Oh and on a second note who as an e36 coupe with an ariel?
     
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by Horny Devil 8 View Post
    Hey guys and girls i was thinking about installing a starter button in my car kev suggested it and thought it was a good idea but is it a good upgrade or just pointless money?

    Oh and on a second note who as an e36 coupe with an ariel?
    he has one on his roof like a astra would have etc. never seen a e36 coupe with one until then.
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    I know a few people on here have done it and like it and if it's what you want go for it.
    Personally if you need to turn the key anyway I think it's a bit pointless
     
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by btccfan View Post
    I know a few people on here have done it and like it and if it's what you want go for it.
    Personally if you need to turn the key anyway I think it's a bit pointless
    yeah thats true but i suppose its just a poser thing init really look what i can do lol i dunno
     
     

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    i'd deffo go for it damien maybe you could change it so you flip a switch instead of turn the key ? thatd be cool lol
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    yeah but if you didnt need a key it would be to easy to nick lol i know what would be smart thats like a hand pad and it reckonises your hand and starts that way it wont start unless you want it to :-) thats abit above my skill level tho pmsl
     
     

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