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Unread 02-24-2008, 02:48 PM   #1
chrisstromberg
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EVS II Plus versus other aftermarket options

I'm looking at getting a beefier security systems for my WJ. I like the look of the Mopar EVS II system. I like the idea of keeping the security system basically stock.

However, I also like the looks of some of the Directed Electronics remote start/security systems. They are more expensive then the EVS II system, but probably has better features. Can you guys help me decide between the Mopar aftermarket system and a Directed Electronics option?

thanks

Chris

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