M45 vs Pro Laser IV? Talon II?

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  1. fjmarin

    fjmarin Learning to Drive General User

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    Hi, I have a question, the M45 Conqueror works with the Pro Laser IV and Talon II gun? thanks!..
     
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    fjmarin Learning to Drive General User

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    Talon II is a radar unit, M45 will do nothing for that.

    PLIII is similar to PLIV as far as performance; results there will likely be installation quality dependant, but theoretically possible for some protection. However if there is anything else in use in your area, or if there could be soon, you may rapidly find the M45 completely obsolete.

    This is an advertisement from blinder for how well it's doing against a PLIII and it's still allowing PTs
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NkYfOIzBeM0
     
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    there is something to block radar and laser, whats is the best that you recommend?? Thanks
     
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    When it comes to Radar, I have the convience of deferring you to [MENTION=2404]Vortex[/MENTION] 's latest video going down the features. As he mentions in the begining, different detectors suit different needs when it comes to radar.

    In the LIDAR world, ALP is on top right now, what vehicle you drive, and what area you're in dictating how many heads you need. It also has the perk of being updatable. If you're on a tight budget but live in the right area, the an LI might be ok, it just runs a higher risk of being forced into obsolecance.

    Check out the RDFGS for infomration on what threats are local to you: https://www.rdforum.org/wiki/index.php?title=RDF_Geographical_Survey

    Vortex's Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=075tzkUNTuk

    I'd also reccomend reading this: https://www.rdforum.org/showthread.php?t=30846
    Then starting a new thread here: https://www.rdforum.org/forumdisplay.php?f=55
    Going through those steps should get you a thread that's on topic and in the right forum to get a broader audience and more community input.

    FWIW I run a V1 and ALP most of the time, and throw a Redline into the mix on occassion, the other household vehicle is equipped with a Escort Passport Max. So I may have some reccomendations and biases from within that pool.
     
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    Block laser yes Block radar = you will be on a very long vacation with a hefty fine.
     
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  7. fjmarin

    fjmarin Learning to Drive General User

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    With the M45, did I have the risk that a Speed Gun of a police show any "jammed" code?

    ---------- Post added at 11:49 PM ---------- Previous post was at 11:29 PM ----------

    And the last question guys (sorry), the best jammer than you recommend (no windshield) please. Is the Blinder HP-905 the best jammer? Radar detector also block laser? thanks :)
     
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    Bossdad71 Premium Member Advanced User MFG/Vendor Premium Member

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    free room and board?
     
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    my taxes will be paying for it lol.
     
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    Bossdad71 Premium Member Advanced User MFG/Vendor Premium Member

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    Since no one else got back, the HP-905 was (is) Blinder's latest offering and probably the most advanced system they ever produced, but technology marches on. Blinder, LI, Escort have pretty much thrown in the towel and conceded defeat to the new generation of VPR LIDAR guns. They don’t even offer updates for their products anymore. I retired my HP-905 system about 3 years ago, switching to an ALP system, and I the last time I checked, Blinder still was on the update revision from, I believe, March 2013. That’s where things pretty much stand with those guys.
    As far as your question regarding whether or not a radar detector will jam LIDAR, no, it will not. That’s just not its function. It may detect it, but unless you're picking up LIDAR scatter from other vehicles being targeted by a LEO (and not his actual target), you’ll never have time to react. I hope this helps.
     
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