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Discussion in 'Passive Countermeasures' started by hammerdown, Jun 28, 2018.
3 motos... all with customers. Not one RD alert either....
Lidar? But yes this is why security in layers is the best approach.
Seeing that ahead always gets me excited. Go CM’s and dashcam! Get something cool!
Same here, I have three roads between work and home that are all roughly the same distance/time, I usually take 95, but if I see a lot of police pins on one of the other roads I go that way hoping for some action. it's a sickness
I've got another encounter I'll try to post earlier from my dash cam very selective IO from a hidden Oklahoma City Moto.... barely a blip on my V1, then you see him take off out of the corner.
Selective I/O in the ass from a stalker II. OKC motos signature move. And a reminder that lidar is not the biggest threat I face...
you need a Uniden R360 just like the rest of us.
Most of the time I see that is when you have Waze user that are new and do not know how to mark LEO correctly. 4 LEO maybe only 1 there. I like see just 1 LEO mark with the number 2 or more next to him.
Why? My V1 caught it... and in my honest opinion it was about as fast as a shot as you're going to see in the wild...
A properly swept V1 is no slouch....
true, more thinking range, if the V1 barely caught it (assuming due to range not duration of shot) then more range would help. They run I/O around me and on those back roads in light traffic I'm glad for the extreme range I get down here cause more than once I have just barely gotten an I/O alert on the R1 and then 3 or 4 miles later find the Leo that shot it... not saying the V1 is a slouch in any way, great detector, just wish it had the range of the R series, that would be the best against I/O
But isnt "new" mo better?
After studying the screen shot of Waze I have concluded Happy Foods must sell great doughnuts.