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The Viper 5101 is a keyless-entry, remote start system that allows a user to start their engine from a range of up to 2, 000 ft.

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Pros

can fully integrate with the entire car's systems

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consistently determines when the car has started, no false starts, doesn't grind

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range is very far, works through barriers without a problem

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easier installation than other remote starters in this class

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  • Only 3 words are allowed.
Cons

easy to accidentally de-program the remote by pressing the function buttons

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need an extra part or two to install it properly on some vehicles

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comes defaulted to "Manual Transmission Mode", need to switch it in the menus to avoid extra wiring hassles

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  • Only 3 words are allowed.
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The Viper 5101 is a keyless-entry, remote start system that allows a user to start their engine from a range of up to 2,000 ft. Featured are two 5-button SuperCode remotes that each host an easy-to-use priority user interface for convenient 2-car operation. Also included is an integrated status LED, a Valet Switch, an XpressPort dock for optional Xpresskit docking interface modules, and a bevy of advanced functions like timer start, smart start, and runtime reset. Most expert reviewers give the Viper 5101 two thumbs up, though many have complained about the price. Unless a user really needs a 2000-ft range, they’re likely better off pursuing a more inexpensive competitor.

Features
  • Keyless-Entry, Remote Start System
  • Two 5-Button SuperCode Remotes
  • 2000 Feet Signal Range
  • SmartStart Compatible
  • SuperCode Encryption
  • Three Auxiliary Channels
  • Priority User Interface
  • 2-Car Operation
  • Integrated Status LED
  • Valet Switch
  • Virtual Tach RPM Sensing
  • D2D Serial Data Interface
  • XpressPort Dock
  • Flex Relays
  • Manual Transmission Mode
  • Car Finger
  • Advanced Functions
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