I'm no expert, but it seems to me that a turbo timer would provide a way for a thief to bypass a security system.
The Clarion AvantGard (spelling?) lists a tie-in for an optional turbo-timer as one of its features. Basically its designed to enable all of its security features except the starter kill and the motion detectors when you activate your remote. Then it waits until the turbo timer does its thing and then it activates the engine kill and the motion detectors (if you choose to use the motion detectors, they're optional).
To me, this is a cool feature to have on a security system for any turbo car.
I have an HKS type-0 and a code alarm the only problem i had was the code alarms "unlock doors when car shuts off" feature. the alarm would wait until the engine quit and THEN unlock my doors so I could get out easier... well as I was no longer in the car, this was a problem. So I just turned that feature off. all is good now =)
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