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Old 14 October 2004, 18:55   #1
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Shit hot car security

I received a call tonight to say that the tracker on 'Aristo', my Audi RS2 had finally woken up and that Surrey Police had recovered the car to a secure pound.

The car has been the subject of 7 attempted thefts in the past 6 years and these have been unsuccessful (but extensively damaging and expensive) due to the alarm, immobiliser, tracker and ignition cut-out switch. The last 3 attempts since October 2003 have been perpetrated by the same gang of local lowlife scum. This bunch of thieves have gone to extraordinary lengths to remove this vehicle, including greasing the closed gates on my driveway to prevent them from squeaking at 2.30 on Tuesday morning.

What I would like to know from the tech kiddies amongst you, is what is the latest and most aggressive security that I can fit in addition to the above ?

My ideal scenario is that once inside the vehicle, the deadlocks would drop and the thief would be simultaneously winded by a 2lb paintball aimed at his sternum from a mortar below the dash, blinded by a high intensity strobe, his eardrums burst by an internal alarm reaching 300 dbs, whilst his soft appendages are caught in the jagged and razor sharp jaws of an increasingly tightening testicular snare, secreted in the driver's seat.

I don't think the little bastards would come back if we had the power to truly protect our property.
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Old 14 October 2004, 18:58   #2
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p.s. You don't suppose JF's involved do you ? He only lives up the road and he always looks bloody shifty to me...
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Old 14 October 2004, 19:03   #3
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p.s. You don't suppose JF's involved do you ? He only lives up the road and he always looks bloody shifty to me...


Sorry to hear this Brian. I totally agree with you about the low-life scum who do this kind of thing. As I said on another thread, it is a sad fact of life that there are people out there with no respect for others or their property.
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We are fitting unic system to a Volvo XC70 sensitive sensors on choosen places within the car then three cameras, if the systems goes on it will report immediately to the police communication HQ with its location (GPS) as well as transmitting signals on real time from all three cameras through the internet as well to the police communication HQ, total price for this equipment are close to GBP 10.000,- along with this it ofcourse blow horns like hell (fitted with 2 x 100 watt siren speakers) and switch all lights on full flashing like fu***ng Xmas tree (fitted with extra HD battery).

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Old 14 October 2004, 19:48   #5
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p.s. You don't suppose JF's involved do you ? He only lives up the road and he always looks bloody shifty to me...


I like the ideas, will we see a new alarm 'brand' on the market soon

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Old 14 October 2004, 19:55   #6
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We are fitting unic system to a Volvo XC70 sensitive sensors on choosen places within the car then three cameras, if the systems goes on it will report immediately to the police communication HQ with its location (GPS) as well as transmitting signals on real time from all three cameras through the internet as well to the police communication HQ, total price for this equipment are close to GBP 10.000,- along with this it ofcourse blow horns like hell (fitted with 2 x 100 watt siren speakers) and switch all lights on full flashing like fu***ng Xmas tree (fitted with extra HD battery).

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Bogi,

This sounds like the kind of kit I'm after, though not necessarily the price tag...

You know that you don't have enough people on Iceland to make this a valid trial. Also, they're supposed to be pretty law abiding (anything to do with you ?)

Send the kit over to me and it will be properly trialled. Who knows, it might cut car crime in this area by 3%, just on my car alone..
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Old 14 October 2004, 19:57   #7
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What I would like to know from the tech kiddies amongst you, is what is the latest and most aggressive security that I can fit in addition to the above ?
You can always borrow Jasper or better still Britt!.

A french guy got so pissed off with burglars he wired his house alarm to trigger of an explosive charge, which went off killing the burglar. The house owner sadly got life!

That JF's eyes are very close together if you want my opinion, but if it was raining on the night in question then he's in the clear
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RAOTFLMFAO at Rogue. You're a bad man!
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This vehicle is for the Icelandic Viking Police force heavily armed with artillery and amunition therefore requested extreme security system, gunboxes was made in UK specially for us. But we can made the system much cheaper by using commercially available equipment instead of special purpose systems we are using in this case.

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I had a pager system on my car so that if anything happened to it it would page me, then i would be able to wander over and take a look.

It was quite good, it would tell me everything about the car and let me know what had happened, Window Smash, Car start, etc.

Only problem was the range was not very good, but then i figured that it was pointless it paging me if im 100 miles away.

But how about one of these? http://www.cnn.com/WORLD/africa/9812...e.thrower.car/
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