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Old 05-17-2005, 05:04   #1 (permalink)
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Hi fellas, just insured my xr8 and my new insurance company demands i have a 2 point immoblizer on it. Does anyone know if the factory (optional) jobby is capable of this. Or even better does anyone know of a decent after marcket unit i can get.

I will not be changing my insurance company as this mob i went with is a few grand cheaper P.a then every other mob.
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A few grand cheaper???? Who are they???? That will give me a credit over what I pay.
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I'd be looking at a simple engine immobiliser, like a switch on the ignition under the dash. That then becomes the second point. I think "useless" a member on here, usually in the 6 pack area, installs alarms for a living, and sounds a cool guy, so drop him a PM.
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Hi fellas, just insured my xr8 and my new insurance company demands i have a 2 point immoblizer on it. Does anyone know if the factory (optional) jobby is capable of this. Or even better does anyone know of a decent after marcket unit i can get.

I will not be changing my insurance company as this mob i went with is a few grand cheaper P.a then every other mob.

I was told from somebody in the know that the BA falcon already has a 7 point imobiliser in it already so let the insurance co. know they should know this a, as I was going to put a viper alarm in it.Was then told not to get a full alarm as they will have probs but to go an alarm upgrade package available from mongoose,viper or most reputable suppliers.
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I'd be looking at a simple engine immobiliser, like a switch on the ignition under the dash. That then becomes the second point. I think "useless" a member on here, usually in the 6 pack area, installs alarms for a living, and sounds a cool guy, so drop him a PM.
I think they require a proper alarm not just a kill switch. Im not worried about theft, the insurance company is.
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A few grand cheaper???? Who are they???? That will give me a credit over what I pay.
Yep $2,ooo cheaper than the next closest quote.
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