Looking for Car Alarm Installation Near Me?

If you are looking for a car alarm in Miami, you need to come to Thunder Electronics! We are you South Florida auto alarm specialist. For over thirty-five years we have helped south Florida resident protect their vehicles from would-be thieves and vandals.

In the US a vehicle is stolen every forty-five seconds. Statistics like this need to be taken series. We loved hearing from clients who call to let us know that someone tried to break into their vehicle and the alarm scared them off! Yes, car alarms are quite effective in preventing vehicle thief and vandalism. True, many media report and articles written about how ineffective a car alarm system can be. However, after you look at the statistics from reliable sources like the FBI is hard not to dismiss the report as nothing more than fake news. While the liberal state of California is known as vehicle thefts capital of the world primarily because the resident is not allowed to owned guns and criminals do as they see fit Miami does not fall too far off. Although we have never experienced anything as bad as California where they experience about 500 vehicles stolen for every 100,000 resident South Florida has had its share of car thefts and vandalism. Car theft is big business and costs US taxpayers over 1 Billion dollars every year. But for as little as $149.00 you can flip the odds on your side by protecting your vehicle with a professional car alarm system, installed at Thunder Electronics. We offer a wide range of products to meet the security needs of your vehicle as well as your budget. Here are some of our most popular options.

Clifford Car Alarms

For over thirty years Clifford has been known as the flagship or benchmark by wish all other car alarms are measured against. Even though today the company is owned by DEI (Directed Electronics) the product line still as solid and as innovated as ever. Some of the best known Clifford Car Alarm features are their warning chirp with work in conjunction a wide range of sensor including their patented two stage shock sensor, perimeter sensor, and the award-winning till sensor wish protect the vehicle from getting jacked up.

Viper Car Alarm

Known as the flagship of Directed Electronic until the acquisition of Clifford, the Viper car alarm system also brings an arsenal of features and technology. One of them is their narrowband SAW technology remote control with rolling codes. This DEI invention provides awesome remote range, reliability, and security by switching the remote to a new code every time the button is pressed. The Viper car alarm system also offers dual zone shock sensor, perimeter sensors, as well as an array of computer interfaces to make the installation of any modern vehicle with computer control, features possible.

Avital Car Alarms

For as long as I can remember AVITAL has been the workhorse of the car alarm business. Walk into any decent car alarm shop in Miami and as the installers to show what type of car alarm they have in their vehicle and there is a great possibility they are using an AVITAL. Since getting acquired by DEI, AVITAL has only gotten better, more reliable and more sophisticated while maintaining their price point and reliability they are known for. If you are looking for an affordable car alarm system NOT a cheap car alarm system talk to us about our range of AVITAL security products. With a qualifying discount from all major insurance, many systems pay for themselves in a year.

Getting a Car Alarm System Installed

Protecting your vehicle is not only simple but affordable. It takes on average about two hours for one of our factory trained technicians to professionally install a car alarm in your vehicle. Some systems consisting of till sensors, proximity sensors, and or anti-carjacking features may take a little longer! With that said not all vehicles are created equal and given the wide range of options we offer is recommended that you check with our team in regards to installation time. With that said, one thing we would like to drive home to you is a professional installation by factory trained technicians. The difference between a Clifford Alarm at the flea market and one at Thunder Electronics is not the cost of the alarm but the quality of the installation. We always use computer interphase modules that are approved by your car’s manufactures and DO NOT void any warranties. There way to get around purchasing an using these small modules with relays and diodes but it is risky and in the event that there is a malfunction your vehicle’s factory warranty may be at stake! At the end of the day, you know what they say! You get what you pay for and if you are looking for a professional car alarm installation in Miami don’t mess with the rest, simply come to the best!

If you would like more information about not only how to protect your vehicle from thieves and vandals, but also the best car stereo upgrade options and choosing the right car window tinting in Miami, we invite you to stop by our blog. Out our blog, you will find a collection of interesting articles ranging from car accessories to car alarm as well as how to choose the best window tinting and of course the latest news and reviews on everything to do with car stereo including speakers, head units, amplifiers, subwoofers and more…

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Since I was in high school, I always wanted to have a Buick Grand National. Maybe it is just me, but I always thought that car looked super mean. And yes, while Buicks are considered a grandma’s car those who know what a Grand National can do, will say to the contrary. Now that I have the means, I decided to find myself a Buick Grand National. After finding one in perfect condition, I went ahead and purchased it.

Since acquiring my mean black Buick, I’ve done a little bit of work on the engine. I have upgraded the turbo, install an oversize intercooler, added a high-pressure fuel pump, aftermarket wastegate, a new computer and several other upgrades including wheels tires, suspension, and exhausts. I have to say that I like my car. However, the sound system sucks. If you’re not familiar with this car it came with a Delco 1.5 DIN cassette radio, 3 1/2 inch speakers in the dash and 4×10 speakers in the rear deck.
As you can imagine, this is no match for the 650 horsepower engine under the hood. The problem is that with these speaker cavities, what can you do? The first thing I did was stop by car audio near me places looking for experienced installers, familiar with this vehicle. That did not work! It seems like kids nowadays are just interested in boomy car stereo systems.

After asking around, I was able to locate an old timer who claimed to have competed in car audio with a similar vehicle. At the end of the day, I ended up having custom door panel pods build. Unlike many door pods, I had these made, so that lay over the factory door panel, and that can get removed the day I want to sell the car.

Just to be clear, I am not rich, and everything I do has a budget! So with that said I know there are people out there who are going to say that I could have done much better, and maybe will upgrade in the future but taking into consideration where I am coming from this is a huge upgrade.
The system consists of a Rockford Fosgate 5-Channel amp mounted on a custom rank that contours the left side of the truck wall being feed by the Alpine CDE-163BT Advanced Bluetooth CD Receiver. I know that nowadays kids are into everything Bluetooth. To be honest with you I don’t care much about the Bluetooth,” type of guy has to believe in the quality of the CD. The fact is until somebody can show me an MP3 with a 16-bit/44.1kHz resolution I will be sticking to CDs. I did not use the front speaker location which houses a 3 1/2 inch woofer. Instead, I opted for a pair of Q-Logic kick panels and mounted the Pioneer TS-D1330C 5.25″ D-Series Component Speaker Package on it. For the custom door panel, I chose the NEOPRO 65 V2 4 from Sundown Audio. That is a 6.5″ 4-Ohm Midrange Speaker that is very shallow, and with an excellent midbass snap to it! The midbass is further enhanced because the door pod enclosure is sealed.

For the back speakers, I also avoided the factory location. Instead, I opted to use the panels above the hand rest for the rear seat. After making custom plates, I mounted a set of Pioneer TS-D1730C 6 3/4″ component speaker with the woofer in the custom plate and the tweeter flush fitted to the side panel all the way back near to the rear window. For subs, I decided to use two Pioneer Free 12″ subs. I fabricated a reverse box with the back open and sealed against the back seat wall. You may question this, but if you hear it you agree it was the best choice.