[DML] Re: Stolen in Seattle
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[DML] Re: Stolen in Seattle



Hey Guys,

I can back that up since I bought the battery backup siren (and 
Toby's Wings ALoft Elite setup) and ran some tests outside of the 
car...and it works great.  I'm planning on running both sirens (in 
different locations) so that a thief may cut one line and the other 
will continue to run....but think how loud 2 sirens going at once 
will be!!!  If they cut the second siren...it keeps ringing nice and 
loud :)

By the way, I swear this talk of thievery has to stop :)  I had the 
worst nightmare last night that someone came in and stripped my D 
clean of all the expensive parts...I actually had to wake myself up 
because I was so pissed off, and not to mention distraught lol.

Definitely call the news stations, they love stories like this and if 
they help find the car, they'll promote it as well as you with your 
newly returned car....not to mention if anything is missing, they may 
find a local 'Pimp My Ride' shop that wants free exposure to help 
supe it up....anything is really possible.  

Sure would beat a story about a dog who nearly got hit on a major 
intersection.......

Brandon
Vin 3323


--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, "Toby Peterson" <tobyp@xxxx> wrote:
> Hi Gang - I just wanted to chime in on this message with 
information on 
> a feature that is available to counteract the technique of 
interupting 
> power to the alarm system.  We offer a battery backup siren module 
that 
> has an internal power supply to supplement the external power from 
the 
> car.  If power is cut off to the alarm, or even to the siren 
itself, 
> the siren will automatically sound.  It can only be turned off at 
that 
> point with a special key.  This siren can be wired around a battery 
cut 
> off switch so that you can still use the switch without interupting 
> power to the siren.  This siren module is compatible with all of 
our 
> Wings-A-Loft alarm systems, and with most other alarm systems that 
are 
> available.  Just thought that somebody might find this information 
> useful in light of the topic of conversation.
> 
> Toby Peterson VIN 2248 "Winged1"
> DeLorean Parts Northwest, LLC    
> www.delorean-parts.com
> 







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