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Author Topic: Advanced Keys RFID Smart Entry and Keyless Igntiion Systems now at KKD Garage  (Read 2323 times)

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Offline klarowe

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I have finally set up an account with Advanced Keys. Advanced Keys is an aftermarket RFID Smart Entry and/or Keyless Ignition system that will give just about any vehicle the convenience that comes with many new vehicles with a simple push button start system. No more fishing around your pockets for your keys. Simply walk up to the vehicle with the RFID tag in your pocket and your doors will automatically unlock. Then just hop in, start the vehicle with either the push button start or the knob start, and drive away... never having to touch your keys. Then when you leave the vehicle, it will automatically re-lock the doors. So no more worrying about forgetting to lock your doors.

Check out www.kkdgarage.com for more information.
Kenny LaRowe
Owner / Technician
KKD Garage LLC
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Offline hookedontronics

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gonna put this in the 79 civic for sure
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2000 Honda S2000 boosted and caged
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2011 Triumph Daytona 675
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Offline klarowe

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That would be an awesome touch... lol. Let me know when you have it ready to go and we can get it done. Does it have a steering wheel lock at all?
Kenny LaRowe
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KKD Garage LLC
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yeah, it has a steering wheel lock
2000 Silverado 1500
2000 Honda S2000 boosted and caged
1979 Honda Civic Coupe 1200 -Winter Project
2011 Triumph Daytona 675
2008 Ski-doo MXZ500ss

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Ok. It's not a big deal. There are a couple ways to work around it (or any steering wheel lock in general).
1) Completely remove the steering wheel lock. This is usually irreversible and takes a TON of work since most steering columns / ignition switches are installed with tamper-proof screws which are a royal PITA to remove. It is more time consuming but makes for a little nicer install.
2) Make a blank key copy (unchipped if applicable) and cut the key so that only 1/4" or less sticks out from the barrel. The key is turned to "ACC", then a cover is applied to help 'hide' the factory ignition barrel. Since the module bypasses the factory ignition electronically, having the key turned won't actually do anything as far as powering up any circuits. This method is a lot easier, and is completely reversible in case you ever decided you wanted to revert back to stock.

Personally I'd recommend going with the reversible method. When I do mine, I'll also be fiberglassing my factory shroud to remove the ignition barrel hole. This will completely hide all aspects of the factory ignition barrel, but still give me the ability to revert back to stock if I ever wanted to simply by just buying a new shroud.
Kenny LaRowe
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KKD Garage LLC
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www.kkdgarage.com

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Considering this is a 79 civic I'm completely re-doing I'm fine with the harder method.  You'll have to give me some details on it
2000 Silverado 1500
2000 Honda S2000 boosted and caged
1979 Honda Civic Coupe 1200 -Winter Project
2011 Triumph Daytona 675
2008 Ski-doo MXZ500ss

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All of the systems' specs / information can be found at www.advancedkeys.com
Kenny LaRowe
Owner / Technician
KKD Garage LLC
www.facebook.com/KKDGarageLLC
www.kkdgarage.com
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