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Old Fri, September 7th, 2012, 11:41 AM
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Has anyone done a remote start install themselves? I had one installed on my black truck, but I pulled it out before I sold it, now I want to install it on my 2013 Mustang but I don't want to pay $350 to have someone else do it. Any tips? or is it worth the money to have someone else do the install? Thanks!
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Old Fri, September 7th, 2012, 01:12 PM
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After installing mine, on a 2013 I'd say let them do it. You'll at least have some kind of warranty.
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The problem is the place here costs $250 plus parts and I don't know if I trust them, and san antonio is 3 hours away, so going there and losing the car for 4-5 hours during the install is almost not an option... either way, are there any places you trust in the area?
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We've got a place called Audio Outlet. I've never had them install anything but if I had to, it would probably be them. They cater to the mid-upper end markets so they'll probably be expensive but they have always been helpful.
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Went to san antonio and got it installed, it cost more than I wanted, but I can tell that it was done right. On another note, What do you think of this filter design? AFE Pro-Dry S Air Filters
I just saw it and I would think that it would work better, flow more, than stock, while still filtering as much as stock.
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88Racing actually got me hooked on the Amsoil dry filters. I forget the name but you won't miss them on the website.
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Thanks, I'll look Into it
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