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Offline Condor Man

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Radar in the rear won't help you in many situations anyway. In most situations where the Cops get you from behind they will be in a car and will pace you and get the speed from their "certified" speedo in the car.


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Offline mhh

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I have a friend with the Ci in a few cars. It will detect an approaching radar signal from the rear. He has expereience. With front and rear laser heads, it's a gold standard install. It won't save you in every situation but it's a good as you can get if you require a discreet option.



Offline Condor Man

  • Is it a Bird?? Well, sort of, Yes.... 300kph+ club
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I have a friend with the Ci in a few cars. It will detect an approaching radar signal from the rear. He has expereience. With front and rear laser heads, it's a gold standard install. It won't save you in every situation but it's a good as you can get if you require a discreet option.

So I guess I will lead the way in Vegas?
May the Horse be with you....



Offline 360c

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I have a friend with the Ci in a few cars. It will detect an approaching radar signal from the rear. He has expereience. With front and rear laser heads, it's a gold standard install. It won't save you in every situation but it's a good as you can get if you require a discreet option.

Available here yet?



Offline NBTBRV8


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I have a friend with the Ci in a few cars. It will detect an approaching radar signal from the rear. He has expereience. With front and rear laser heads, it's a gold standard install. It won't save you in every situation but it's a good as you can get if you require a discreet option.

I presume he only had a radar head in the front.  As radar is so bouncy, it would be pretty easy for it to be picking the bounce back off a hard surface in front of him when being approached from behind.









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I think the Cops here use different frequencies to the US ?    :scratchchin:

They do with some radar, but not laser.  ALP covers all bands.

https://www.youtube.com/results?sp=EgIYAg%253D%253D&q=antilaser+priority+test

Here is the Australian seller:

http://www.radardetectors.com.au/alg9.html



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