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Old 03-13-2012, 01:13 AM   #85
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You shouldn't hide the key on your tire anyway. Everybody knows to look there. Get a waterproof pouch for it and your good to go.
My valet key just goes in my wetsuit with me while the fob is locked in the car. Can't do that with KESSY.
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Old 03-13-2012, 01:17 AM   #86
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Personally, I rather get rid of those leather seats first; they are an abomination compared with comfortable cloth ones.
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Old 03-13-2012, 05:41 AM   #87
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Thinking about downgrading too!

Hey guys do you know if this would be plug and play???

Can someone tell me if this will work with my 9w7??

http://kitchener.kijiji.ca/c-cars-ve...AdIdZ361775181
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Old 03-13-2012, 10:45 AM   #88
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kessy will be great till the car ages and it stops working one day, when you need your fob reprogrammed by the dealer but car is stuck in the woods somewhere on a fishing trip, you may laugh but corvette owners have been dealing with this issue since the 2005 model came out. Technology is always great while it is new, for you technology buffs the trick must be to get rid of your car before warranty runs out, much like upgrading your computers every so often.
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Old 03-13-2012, 10:59 AM   #89
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kessy will be great till the car ages and it stops working one day, when you need your fob reprogrammed by the dealer but car is stuck in the woods somewhere on a fishing trip, you may laugh but corvette owners have been dealing with this issue since the 2005 model came out. Technology is always great while it is new, for you technology buffs the trick must be to get rid of your car before warranty runs out, much like upgrading your computers every so often.

I didn't know vette owners took their cars fishing?

There is a workaround for those, just like there is for the GTI... read the owners manual, and you will find it.
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Keyless ignition is great....can get the mail without having to turn off the car.
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I'm a book purist... Nothing wrong with a Kindle/Nook/iPad at all; but I would far rather enjoy the actual book in all its glory than swipe a finger on-screen or press a button to flip pages.

A beautifully made hardbound leather book; the warm, inviting scent of well cared-for leather; the crisp, unblemished, gold-trimmed pages, hand-sewn binding with a nice satin page marker, carefully picked print designed to enhance the reading experience based on the book's material... The quality, craftsmanship and feel of a "REAL" book (no cheap paperback crap for me thanks ) will always outshine a mass-produced metallic simulacrum in my hands
Dude, you better chill...your gonna get your pages stuck together.
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