ZID 300zx Immobilisers - Group Buy

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  1. zed4life (zedcare.com)

    zed4life (zedcare.com) Ω vicarious zedder Ω

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    Is now on

    Please (only) EMAIL your confirmed orders, questions etc to:

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    Specifications
    • ZID self arms automatically upon removing the key. No need to remember to arm so zed is never accidentally 'unprotected'.
    • Installed with just 6 wires to connect + a couple extra connections
    • All Black wiring design further prolongs thief's attempts to disarm
    • ZID is still armed and zed is still immobilised even if :
    • any ZID wires are cut AND/OR
    • thief tries to bridge the zed's ignition, fuel or starter relays AND/OR
    • jump/roll start or usual hotwiring tricks are tried.
    • Can be located in such a position in the car as to be very frustrating and almost unfeasible for the typical car thief / joyrider to find
    • Has no remotes to lose/break or batteries to go flat
    • ZID works with turbo timers- as soon as timer switches ignition off, the ZID is automatically armed
    • ZID should also work fine with other security devices, in fact having two flashing LED's will really deter thieves
    • Draws almost no power other than the flashing LED (approx 25mA) which can be turned off if desired.
    • Standard ZID is a single point of immobilisation (but one VERY effective one), however you can add unlimited extra points by adding extra relays (I can provide details if required)
    • ZID is NOT just a kill switch which are easily found and disarmed!!!
    • Actual specifications will not be listed here (because you never know who is reading this) but can be provided on an individual basis if required
    • Please read the disclaimer below

    Pricing


    • Pre-built unit comes complete with all wiring and necessary parts ready to go (There are only around six wires to connect up plus a couple additional connections to/from switches etc and come with complete web based installation and zed wiring instructions and phone support as required).
    • $92 Brisbane pickup DIY Install
    • $99 Delivered Aust Wide DIY Install

    Installation
    Each ZID includes access to comprehensive online instructions complete with photos, suggestions on placement.

    Skill level and tools required:
    • Soldering skills, removing of some interior panels, basic screwdrivers and spanners, soldering iron and solder, 6MM drill.

    Expected installation time: For an experienced zed owner expect 3-4 hours for a proper job (remember the harder it is for you install, the harder it also is for a thief to bypass). Ongoing email/phone support is provided if you require any assistance.

    Ordering and Delivery

    Please email me ONLY at with confirmed orders, questions etc. I'll start building immediately after payments arrive. (As there is a considerable investment in parts have to pre-purchase the materials).
    EFT or cheque preferred thanks (no cash in the mail!) EFT bank details will be provided by reply email.

    More details here
     
  2. ltd

    ltd Linux Ninja

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    I have a question regarding the ZID operation...

    If it is activated by removal of the ignition key, what deactivates it? If it's the ignition key again, how is this any more or less protection than the key itself?

     
  3. Tektrader

    Tektrader Z32 Hoe, service me baby

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    I am in Mark,

    Along with the alarm/Immobilizer I bought. No bastard is gonna get my car short of blowing it up. :D

    :zlove: I will send some cash in a day or so.
     
  4. K-zed

    K-zed Secret Squirrel

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    Deactivation is the key!

    Not the ign key :D It's part of the secret of the ZID success.

    In my case I incorporated a ZID with the Mongoose Immob/alarm and had it approved for insurance purposes.

    Mark will ONLY pass on full details via PM or email.

     
  5. zed4life (zedcare.com)

    zed4life (zedcare.com) Ω vicarious zedder Ω

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    As Rob said

    the key is that it is automatically activated with removal of ign key.

    There are many methods of deactivation none which include the ign key.

    The choice is up to you. I provide several alternative options you can customise to suit your preferences...

     
  6. ZDUCTIV

    ZDUCTIV Active Member

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    I'm in.

    Thanks.
     
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    aK Banned

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    Im in Mark, love you work mate ;)

    Can it be incorporated with my alarm system which has remote start?

    Also incorporated with quiktrak gps system?

    thanks

     
  8. WazTTed

    WazTTed Grease Monkey

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    your the man, email send !
     
  9. zed4life (zedcare.com)

    zed4life (zedcare.com) Ω vicarious zedder Ω

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    No, remote start will NOT work with

    this alarm due to the design.

    HOWEVER, if your remote start alarm has a facility to send a single/continuous 12v/earth via an 'accessory' out wire then you could disarm the ZID 1st, then use the remote start...

    Its up to you. Could be done but wouldn't be easy unless you/ your sparky are familiar with this sort of setup

     
  10. Spinzzx

    Spinzzx spinzzx

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    Hi Mark, I would like one of these also.

    Also would like some imput from you which alarm would be best to put with this and where to get it from, price (roughly) etc. Are these recognised by insurance companies? Thanx for any help Mark
    Fran
    Ps. Just order on the site and get the bank transfer details from there?






     
  11. zed4life (zedcare.com)

    zed4life (zedcare.com) Ω vicarious zedder Ω

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    Answerz

    Totally up to you but I would look for an australian standards approved commercial alarm. ENsure it;s a minimum 3 point, all black wiring, self and passive arming


    If you are referring to my ZID, no they are not. This is a 'boutique' system I didn't really want to take public. Only provided now for zed community members.

    Please EMAIL me only at the address in my first post, I'll provide bank details in reply email
     
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    Thanx Mark much appreciated

    I get a little confused by all he alarm talk, thank you will write these down and keep them in mind when going to get one :)


     
  13. rob260

    rob260 Moderator Staff Member

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    Hi fran, I have an account with Rhinio who are an Aussie company that do alarms.

    Can get you one that is

    • Black wired
    • 3-Point on board immobilisation
    • ADR/Insurance/etc approved
    • Warrantied
    • Self and passive arming
    • Compatible with accessories like fingerprint recognition, in-cabin alarm, tilt sensor, boot opener, central locking etc and can supply everything you need

    Have a look around here http://www.rhinosecurity.com/go.php?p=153 and see if there's anything that catches your eye. The JAG and RA would be my suggestions.

    PM me if you want some prices
     
  14. black baz

    black baz black 'n blue Bazemy

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    mark .. does the radiostar, with remote start, meet

    the criteria you specify to enable having a zid installed..???



     
  15. LOWZX

    LOWZX Banned

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    remote start is illegal baz lol :eek: :eek:
     
  16. black baz

    black baz black 'n blue Bazemy

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    simon .. there are heaps of brands out there with

    the remote start facility and advertised as such .. and, yep, i do have one but seldom use it ...:( :(




     
  17. zed4life (zedcare.com)

    zed4life (zedcare.com) Ω vicarious zedder Ω

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    Baz, yes, the Radiostar has such a auxilary

    output feature which is triggered by pressing the * button on the remote.

    It should still work OK but I would be against recommending someone do this as the success of the ZID is it's unique disarm procedure which does not rely on a remote control ... all a thief would need is your radiostar remote to bypass the ZID with one button. NOT RECOMMENDED and no real advantage in installing a ZID in those circumstances ...

    I'd really discourage those who use remote start to get a ZID as it's pretty pointless. If one believes the 'remote start' feature as more important than zed security then good luck to them (and I do mean that sincerely!)

    Not to mention that remote start is technically illegal and insurance could void a theft claim if they learn of the remote start 'feature'. It's quite ironic huh ... your zed gets stolen due to weak security, then your insurance refuses to compensate you due to ... weak security:rolleyes: :D

     
    Last edited: Jan 11, 2007
  18. black baz

    black baz black 'n blue Bazemy

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    thanks, mark .. i really do not use the the thing

    anyway .. and it is a bit of a wank ...:eek: :eek: :eek: :eek: :eek:




     
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    zed4life (zedcare.com) Ω vicarious zedder Ω

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    This batch is now finished and I've run out of

    time again so no more orders accepted thank you.

    For those ten members who have already credited my account, I expect to deliver the units tomorrow (Monday).

    Please note, no hard copy instructions are provided in the packaging as I am continually making refinements to the online instructions. (When I have sent this batch, I will email those people a link so the can download at their convenience.

    Any queries, please email me at [​IMG]



    PS: Any stragglers who have just paid in the last day or so (but not shown up in my account), I will made up extra ZIDs for you.
     
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    zed4life (zedcare.com) Ω vicarious zedder Ω

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    This batch is now finished and I've run out of

    time again so no more orders accepted thank you.

    For those ten members who have already credited my account, I expect to deliver the units tomorrow (Monday).

    Please note, no hard copy instructions are provided in the packaging as I am continually making refinements to the online instructions. (When I have sent this batch, I will email those people a link so the can download at their convenience).

    Remember,if you have any questions, please don't hesitate to email me (I don't always answer my phone straight away so email is the best method)

    Any queries, please email me at [​IMG]



    PS: Any stragglers who have just paid in the last day or so (but not shown up in my account), I will made up extra ZIDs for you.
     

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