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    Does exactly the same job, thr R&D is easier to install

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    +1 from memory the R&D module is plug and play. No soldering, splicing etc

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    +1 from memory the R&D module is plug and play. No soldering, splicing etc

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    neither one require soldering! One uses a factory plug for power the other uses leads to the battery terminal.... Only difference

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mike H View Post
    neither one require soldering! One uses a factory plug for power the other uses leads to the battery terminal.... Only difference
    Not exactly only difference. You need to wire a switch for the Riva or put it on a switched source or it will drain the battery this is why in the instructions they want you to tie into the buzzer wire for switched power. Also the wire on the Riva is incorrect size makes it harder to install. As stated. The R&d is easier. Now in results they both do the same thing.

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    so you HAVE to splice a new wire and you HAVE to tie it into the buzzer? no you dont. just as i stated neither one REQUIRES soldering.... i think post #2 answered the OP's question exactly how it should be. everyones around here has a better way to skin the cat.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mike H View Post
    so you HAVE to splice a new wire and you HAVE to tie it into the buzzer? no you dont. just as i stated neither one REQUIRES soldering.... i think post #2 answered the OP's question exactly how it should be. everyones around here has a better way to skin the cat.
    Ummm re read my post where did I say you have to ? I said that's why they want you to. There are differences between the two modules I pointed out what you did not and gave a more detailed description no reason to get your panties in a twist. Bottom line R&d is a easier install.

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    what i pointed out was that NONE require someone to solder.....you gave a personal opinion on which is better and bashed the other
    Quote Originally Posted by FIRE0021 View Post

    Not exactly only difference. You need to wire a switch for the Riva or put it on a switched source or it will drain the battery this is why in the instructions they want you to tie into the buzzer wire for switched power. Also the wire on the Riva is incorrect size makes it harder to install. As stated. The R&d is easier. Now in results they both do the same thing.

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    what about the end result?? this is the same as the "SCOM"

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