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Old Oct 29, 2004, 12:44 PM   #1
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Remote start for evo viii

I been wanting to get remote start for my evo since winter is coming...i can let the car warm up before i take it for a ride..the thing is...i went to circuit city, pepboys...they said no one in the world can install a remote start on a manual car...it sounded like bunch of bull **** to me...but i still havent found a place that installs remote start...

if any of you get it installed...tell me what place to go to...

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Old Oct 29, 2004, 12:49 PM   #2
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its not that they can't its more that they dont want too. Its very risky to install a remote start on a manual car. Its even more riskier for their business if they do.
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Old Oct 29, 2004, 01:03 PM   #3
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its not that they can't its more that they dont want too. Its very risky to install a remote start on a manual car. Its even more riskier for their business if they do.
True dat. I got the remote on one of my other cars and ask the guy at Circuit city if they could install in on a manual tranny and he said he could, on the down low, but couldn't warranty the installation. Check with other Circuit City's in your area.
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Old Oct 29, 2004, 01:13 PM   #4
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the reason why they won't do the install is because they have to bypass the clutch switch. Not only will you get the warranty voided, but if someone starts the car in first gear you'll brake a garage door and damage the vehicle...... or run somebody over
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Old Oct 29, 2004, 01:21 PM   #5
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I know a kid who got killed that way.. He was sitting in his driveway leaning against the garage door. His sister was messing around in their parents car and she turned the key. Car was in gear, lurched forward, and crushed the kids head between the bumper and the garage door. This single event has simply overwhelmed and devistated their familly. The risk is not worth the gain IMO.

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Old Oct 29, 2004, 01:23 PM   #6
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Can't get remote start on a manual transmission vehicle in NC. No shop will do it, plus...I don't mind not being lazy.
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Old Oct 29, 2004, 01:25 PM   #7
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I got a Viper alarm with remote start and built in turbo timer feature built into the alarm. Here's a link for the install/thoughts on the alarm: http://www.socalevo.net/forums/viewt...ht=viper+alarm
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isn't it risky to get a remote start on a manual? i always take my care out of gear before turning it off, but i know a lot of people who dont, and some cars have to be in gear to start don't they?
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to do this right you'd need a system that can sense if the tranny is in neutral. Motorcycles have a neutral indicator for their gear boxes, so it can't be that hard. I think some of the higher end systems have fail safes for both turbo timers and remote start that won't engage unless the car is in neutral. I think I read that Compustar's two-way alarms do this, but can't swear to it.
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Compustar makes a remote start designed for use with manual transmission cars. I got their 2WSS-AS (2 way spread spectrum paging alarm/starter) installed by a local shop. It will require an engine imobilizer bypass box to trick the car into thinking a key is in the ignition. Its really a pretty safe system to have installed. There is a sequence of operations you must perform before leaving the car if you want it to be remote started. Take the car out of gear, pull up e-brake, turn off and remove key (engine will stay running), car shuts off and locks doors after drivers door has been opened then closed. This process won't allow you to leave the car in gear because the car stays running until you get out (so it would just stall as soon as you let the clutch out if you left it in gear).

This system is fairly pricey. Compustar quoted me $650 or more, the local distributor charged me $450 installed. There are other options if you find the right shop or are electronically inclined such as using clutch switches and a neutral detection switch.
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I'm curious - where would I find a neutral detection switch for a car?
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I have a lynx 2000 alarm w/remote start 2 way fm transmitter. works just like ellivnad described as well. You cannot start the car unless the car was running when the doors were shut. Got it from http://www.asianwolf.com/ for $200 bucks. Range is awesome, I can start the car from a block away through 3 concrete buildings and a concrete parking garage.
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I think if it is safe enough for a car to have a turbo timer than it is safe enough to have remote start. If you do both I think it is pretty idiot proof.
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My shop in atlanta "Sound Sensations" will do it for you. We make you sign a waver that if you run it into something or somebody, we are not responsible. I would recommend one of our dei alarms that have a turbo timer built in them so that you for sure will not accidently leave your car in gear. I have one on my evo and it works great. You will need a 555u part and an extra key that starts your car because there is a chip in the key and we have to fool the car to make it think there is a key in the ignition.
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BTW, this isnt the correct place for this post, but if any of you evo drivers in the atlanta area come to my shop, I will give discount as long as you ask for me "Jon" and say that you saw this on these forums. We do all kinds of stereo, alarm, fiberglass, performance work. First one of you who comes up there, I will setup an evolutionm account for everyone to use. I have personally done all the work on club s2000's cars, everything from strobes to superchargers.

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