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dswift 
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List what popular kits you use.

Product ID and the manufacturer.
I like using Fortin and ADS

What do you guys use?

"dont ground out!"
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iDatalink & Fortin followed by Trilogix ( now DEI )
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dswift 
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Velocity what trilogix pieces do you like?
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JBS Technologies (Bulldog) 791 pretty reliable for Passlock and Transponder
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I use Fortin product they are very reliable. Their new flash link (update by Internet) is very nice, and I always get the latest version. Fortin is always first to get new vehicle update and cool stuff like INT-BMW.
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tedmond wrote:
JBS Technologies (Bulldog) 791 pretty reliable for Passlock and Transponder
Might want to look into another brand/supplier for bypasses...Bulldog went out of business in March.
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That guy has sucessfully bought them out and it seems resurrected the company.
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lol gee that sucks, i didnt even know they went out of business, does anyone recomend a brand of bypass that are RELIABLE ? thanks
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From looking at Bulldog's website it appears as if soultinter is indeed correct that Bulldog was 'brought back' but I can not seem to find any articles that confirm this.
As far as bypass modules go the bypasskit.com modules have never failed me. These are the trilogix pieces mentioned by Velocity. Actually quite a few manufacturers use their pieces and brand them as their own. Audiovox/Code-Alarm/Omega/Excalibur to name a few. There was a law suit between DEI and the people that own Trilogix, some type of copyright infringement case. DEI lost the case, then bought them out. DEI's motto seems to be, if you can't beat 'em buy 'em.
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DEI seems to look for ideas that are not patented, copy them them sue the inventor for infrigment..They are a bunch of 'snakes'!
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