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    Exclamation 2016 Challenger SRT 392 STOLEN & STRIPPED 1,874 miles

    Got this 2016 Challenger SRT with 2k miles that was stolen and stripped

    <a href="https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m2IM5DSYJi8" target="_blank">

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    That sucks

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    No speakers on work Computer.... Back story?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jay Z View Post
    No speakers on work Computer.... Back story?
    Its actually not a SRT 392. Its a scat pack. Looks like this guy on the video works at a scrap yard. Just saying car is F'ed up and F this and that. All that is left is a shell after it got stolen and stripped.
    2016 Bright White Charger Hellcat
    2009 Stone White Challenger R/T 6-Speed
    2015 Bright White Grand Cherokee SRT
    1967 Sunfire Yellow Plymouth Barracuda Formula S
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    Glad I didn't waste any more of my time. You're a gentleman and a scholar

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    So how are cars like that being stolen? Is there a work-around that a common dimebag thief can do? Sure if you are carjacked, and they have half a clue, they can demand the keyfob. But that's why I carry a spare dummy fob.

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    Quote Originally Posted by themojo View Post
    So how are cars like that being stolen? Is there a work-around that a common dimebag thief can do? Sure if you are carjacked, and they have half a clue, they can demand the keyfob. But that's why I carry a spare dummy fob.
    Detroit, Chicago, etc

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    2016 Bright White Charger Hellcat
    2009 Stone White Challenger R/T 6-Speed
    2015 Bright White Grand Cherokee SRT
    1967 Sunfire Yellow Plymouth Barracuda Formula S

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    It seems like this is a common occurrence with these cars getting stolen. I still would like to know how these cars are so easy to steal.

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    If I were to plan an attack like this I would go buy a $20.00 SDR antenna from micro center and trail the target. Keyfobs are ubiquitous and have a frequency of usually 433.92MHz. From there you get all sorts of data if you can figure out the modulation of the zeroes and ones. You can learn how the rolling codes are implemented and create a software SDR that will unlock most cars. Hell you can even put the car into re-learn mode probably, sync it with your SDR and that's that.

    Old school way, the cars are rwd, get a flat bed drag it out of the driveway and sail the **** off with it and no one is the wiser, pull over a block away and put a cover on it.

    Edit Notes: also forgot that a dealership rogue service member has access to all sorts of fob tools.



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