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    Best alarm to protect our investment

    Ok, we spent a lot of time and money to do our projects and we want to protect our investment. So my question is what is the best alarm for the buck and simply which the one you would like to have if money was no object?

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    I've got a Clifford (DEI) and I'm very happy with it.

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    Best alarm available today

    You absolutely cannot go wrong with this system. Not only will it keep your stuff secure, but it'll indulge your sense of vengence a little if someone does try to mess with your stuff.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Skipjacks
    Best alarm available today

    You absolutely cannot go wrong with this system. Not only will it keep your stuff secure, but it'll indulge your sense of vengence a little if someone does try to mess with your stuff.

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    i got a clifford g5, top alarm even got a cable to connect it to my pc to change siren tones etc, also it has some outputs you can program yourself, mine is going to turn the pc on and off.

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    Has anyone seen that Flame throwing SYS? I need one of those.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hotponyshoes
    i got a clifford g5, top alarm even got a cable to connect it to my pc to change siren tones etc, also it has some outputs you can program yourself, mine is going to turn the pc on and off.
    Isn't that going to be annoying having to press the on button every time you get in your car?

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    Rotflmao

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    That monkey is great! Here I am using a Clifford 3.5 RS. Though the best security you can buy yourself is to stay low profile. But be careful with these Alarm installation places, cause some of the install jobs are hiddeous and the car is more secure without the alarm unit.

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