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    Im a bit worried about the level of security my 2002 325ti compact currently has... the alarm is pittyfull and to be honest i could shout louder, dont thinkk i would even hear it from inside the house... literally just goes beep....beep.....beep......beep. Now if someone was trying to get into my car, persoanlly i want there to be the equivilant of a small volcanic eruption going on outside... not what sounds like a 4 year old girl losing her voice

    Any recomendations for alarms? and what kinda price range i should be looking into?

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    Ive looked into some, its one of thos you get what you pay for moments,

    like you say if your cars gettin broken into you want the wholestreet to know it is not just the green fly wedged in your grill.

    But you dont want a alarm system that spontaneously dies like i did on my old car.

    if i come across something really good ill drop you a pm
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    Quote Originally Posted by Joe316 View Post
    Ive looked into some, its one of thos you get what you pay for moments,

    like you say if your cars gettin broken into you want the wholestreet to know it is not just the green fly wedged in your grill.

    But you dont want a alarm system that spontaneously dies like i did on my old car.

    if i come across something really good ill drop you a pm
    Cheers mate

    ive been looking at clifford and they seem pretty good
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    Clifford are good-Thats what I got sometimes overly sensitive ie when that brat-kid rides passed on his moped with the baffle taken off
     
     

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    Also, look into Toad

    I can't be dealing with the gimmicks and over sensitivity issues of Clifford. My old man went to Filton college and witnessed a group of lads kick the hell out of a car because it kept giving the WARNING speech every time they went near it

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