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post #1 of 14 Old 02-23-2011, 07:52 AM Thread Starter
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Curb Alert audible warning alarm

FROM the same people that bring you the HAVOC Aero Kits and Wheels comes CURB ALERT.
Save that front spoiler, those new rims, that freshly painted ground effects kit



Universal Mount (All Makes and Models)
Warns with an audible alarm before striking a curb that could damage your front bumper and/or spoiler.
Prevents embarrassing parking lot moments and sounds when your bumper or front spoiler hits a curb.
Sensor can mount in a discrete manner in the front end of most any vehicle and does not require any drilling.
Advanced infra-red triangulation technology and specialized software embedded for reliable operation.
Warning distance is adjustable from 8-28 inches. (Bumper to curb)
Removable when necessary with out leaving any holes as evidence.
Automatic power-up on vehicle ignition; never a battery drain.
Alert sound volume can be set to High, Low, or Mute inside vehicle.
Installation kit includes installation procedures, all wiring, wire ties, sensor calibration procedures, and user guide.

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post #2 of 14 Old 02-23-2011, 08:35 AM
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I was just saying to my bf the other day I wish it did have one on the front because of parking blocks and stuff... he pulls so close it makes me nervous

That just might be something I need!
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I put one on my SS. It really works! You do have to make sure that it's adjusted correctly for curb height and distance, allowing for your reaction time. My practice "curb" was a shoebox, just in case. I admit that the first time I approached a real curb, I had my wife standing outside the car. I figured if she started screaming I'd better stop, but it never came to that Once I got confidence in it (and myself), it was good to go. I've since put one on her Nissan.

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I think this needs to be on my list of "WANTS"

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I put one on my SS. It really works! You do have to make sure that it's adjusted correctly for curb height and distance, allowing for your reaction time. My practice "curb" was a shoebox, just in case. I admit that the first time I approached a real curb, I had my wife standing outside the car. I figured if she started screaming I'd better stop, but it never came to that Once I got confidence in it (and myself), it was good to go. I've since put one on her Nissan.

Glad they are working for you. Still having fun with that SC?
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Glad they are working for you. Still having fun with that SC?
Absolutely! And the headers and all the rest. It's a pleasure dealing with you folks.
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Absolutely! And the headers and all the rest. It's a pleasure dealing with you folks.
Thank you. Have you smoked the rear tire off yet. Folks for you who may not know this man he has one bad a$$ Camaro
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post #9 of 14 Old 06-05-2011, 05:13 PM
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Cool! A high-tech version of a curb feeler. I gotta admit that a curb feeler
might look OK on a straight-up RetroCar like a Challenger, but wouldn't
quite do it for the new Camaro. I gotta get one!

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High tech curb feelers that is pretty cool. I know I have seen a few comments asking for something like this in reference tot he front end.


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