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Yes the RW4 (£997 +vat) and the Fast copy (£854.90 +vat) are the best on the market for the bench machines . But JMA also now have a TRS5000 machine - this does not copy the Texas Cyrpto - BUT it can copy Texas onto a CHIP ! (Not using the expensive circuit board and batttery style heads) which is the 1st for these machines on the market ... :P so really something to keep an eye on ! Hope this helps ....

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:shock: The Texas Chip is the Silca Ref - 4C which in terms are the RED FORD tibbe chips (There are also other makes of cars that use the same chips but this is the best example)

:P The Texas Crypto chips (Silca ref is 4D) are the Newer BLUE ford Tibbe chips (Again many other makes etc) these chips are dated from around 2000 - 2007 (present) fitted to many cars - Untill the Silca RW4 / Fast copy came out you could not copy these . :lol:

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have any of you seen the silca stand alone unit nwkeys are selling? does crypto keys, 4D no pc required NO transponder machine needed - will copy most texas crypto by itself, thing is price £180.00 plus vat

cant give an image as the letter i have just received is blurred but look into it as at this price even timpson can afford it!

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Guest samtheman

hi cjm

the advert that came into my shop on an offer sheet says,

silca stand alone package -

it includes a tex clone advance module

 

sorry i was wrong it has to plug into your pc :oops:

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looks interesting that tel.

do you have to have any particular training to use any of these machines? is it ongoing training or is it something you learn about as you go along?

 

i also got the offer sheet from nwks about the stand alone unit, we will soon have a laptop in work and if this machine will enable us to start cutting and programming some of these keys then it's not a bad startup price to test our market with as cost is the biggest deciding factor at the moment. we don't particularly want to spend a lot of money to have most people balking at the price the way they currently do with the normal car keys.

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looks interesting that tel.

do you have to have any particular training to use any of these machines? is it ongoing training or is it something you learn about as you go along?

 

To be fair Rick, All these magic boxes are are very user friendly

 

i also got the offer sheet from nwks about the stand alone unit, we will soon have a laptop in work and if this machine will enable us to start cutting and programming some of these keys then it's not a bad startup price to test our market with as cost is the biggest deciding factor at the moment. we don't particularly want to spend a lot of money to have most people balking at the price the way they currently do with the normal car keys.

 

Silca Stand Alone Package

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This new package from silca includes a Tex Code Advance Module

and FREE cloning software (for copying crypto keys, 4D). A PC is

required but NO transponder machine is needed at all. This will copy

and code most Texas Crypto keys by itself.

Simple to use ~ Just plug the Tex Code

Advance Module by itself into your PC

and use the software to read and re-write

the Texas Crypto code onto an EHS2

battery head. Available now!!

For more info contact Nicky @ NWKS Only £180.VAT

 

 

My AD90 is arriving next week, I'll let ya know what it can't do!!!

 

It's the best all-rounder at this time @ £695, including Crypto 42 interface.

 

It will clone all fixed chip transponders & supports the following Transponders TEMIC, PHILIPS, MEGAMOS, NOVA & TEXAS,

 

In addition has major features such as copying of Crypto 42 type transponders

and the Texas 4C and 4D transponders (Texas 4C and 4D interface costs £160 (£20 cheaper than Silca Tex Code Advance Module)).

 

These are additional options but make the AD90 a powerful tool. AD90 Product Information adobe.gif

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cheers for that tel.

 

is the bianchi 833 any good as a start up? i got a leaflet recently from someone about it with all the product info on it but i can't find it, i vaguely remember that it could be upgraded to do some of the new (tk?) chips. what do they go for min the current market? i may go for a second hand one first to test our market.

 

cheers, rick.

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