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  1. asleeper

    South America speed enforcement thread

    Since there are some users here in South America, I was thinking we could do a list by country of what speed enforcement systems are in use. Feel free to add relevant information by country and I'll add it to the first post. Fixed=mounted on a pole or traffic light Portable=set up on the side...
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    VID: Close call with some narrow K band today

    And justice for all (imo) was the last of the "good ****". The black album was decent but it kind of went downhill from there although Hardwired to Self Destruct isn't bad, especially considering Hetfield and crew well into their 50's. About the radar encounter, if he had his radar on it's...
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    VID: Close call with some narrow K band today

    I'm thinking he had his radar turned off and then went IO when you crested the hill. At that distance, it would explain the sudden ramp up. Either way, good V1 save and great choice on music. And Justice for All, my favorite Metallica album.
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    Look out Virginia!

    Exactly, you'd have to be an idiot to get a ticket.
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    SPECTRE testing with numerous detectors

    200' isn't bad (at least for a V1). While still detectable, that's a considerable improvement over some of the previous versions where distances of 1000' were not uncommon. What version of the V1's were you using?
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    SPECTRE testing with numerous detectors

    The V1's detectability to the Spectre tends to vary considerably depending on the version. Some versions of the V1 (3.826, 3.852 I believe), the Spectre was able to pick it up from nearly 1000 ft away. My previous V1 (3.819) fairly stealthy for a V1,with the Spectre III picking it up at roughly...
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    V1 and MRCT

    I did some similar testing with TMF2 on to see how it affected detection range vs Safepace cam 400 photoradar (I'm not running any apps, published specs for radar are 24.125). Slight delay in notifications, albeit sufficient warning to slow down. However, what I did find with TMF2 was for some...
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    Photo radar identification

    Good find on the type of sensor. That will make it easier in finding what (if any) countermeasures are effective against it. They use it the same way here, the system transmits via WiFi to a transit officer a couple hundred meters who stops and tickets you. As for finding the SSID, even if you...
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    Any V1 users jumping to the recently announced R7?

    Exactly, and even though there are better performing RD's out there, the V1 has been a solid performer and gives me enough warning for the threats I face. Not to mention build quality, the V1 is arguably the best in this regard.
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    MRCD / MRCT locations

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    Photo radar identification

    Funny to say, but yes, there have been a few cases where they were stolen. I managed to identify it, Traffilogix Enforcer. It's similar to a Poliscan although this particular system reads your speed after you pass by (ie: no advance warning). Are jammers effective here or is it one of those...
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    Photo radar identification

    What type of photo radar is this? MRCD?
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    Wouldn't it be nice if all speed cameras were marked like this....

    I came across this a couple of days ago in northern Ecuador. Just in case you weren't paying attention and missed the two warning signs 200 and 100 meters before, hopefully this will be enough to convince you to slow down.
  14. asleeper

    VIRGINIA safe radar detector

    Same here, I ran my V1 up high, hardwired, and with a kill switch for years in VA and run it (the V1) that way when I return to NoVa to visit my family. If I was cruising on the highway or at light and a cop came alongside, pulling down the sunvisor made it virtually invisible from the sides and...
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    VIRGINIA safe radar detector

    Spectre immunity is highly recommended. Also, the smaller the RD the better (the Radenso Pro M is good in this regard). Pairing it with a concealed display is another suggestion. Also, don't overlook the simple things such as a stealth install. If you are mounting it up high, a good suggestion...
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    V1 and MRCT

    It appears to block some other low powered K band systems as well, such as the Safepace cam 400.
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    V1 and MRCT

    I didn't mean to say the V1's detection range is insufficient, although a little more than 200 meters would be ideal considering the ticket threshold is a mere 5km/h over the PSL. Anything over that is a $122 USD speeding ticket, which is quite steep considering the average monthly salary is...
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    Anyone still using LPP?

    Oh yes, that picture was hilarious. Right up there with their "laser jamming LaserJet printer", which was a spoof video of the sabotaged GOL test.
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    RD for central and Eastern Europe

    Genovo is your best bet for Europe. The V1, if you don't mind using apps isn't bad either. As for laser threats, it is by far the best in detection, although I wouldn't rely on any RD to save you.
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    Anyone still using LPP?

    I don't think there is much hope for JTW, he's never going to change. Audiquattro was my favorite although I'll atleast give him some credit as did eventually man up to his "doings" with the goons.
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