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3 motos... all with customers. Not one RD alert either....
 

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Lidar? But yes this is why security in layers is the best approach.
 

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Seeing that ahead always gets me excited. Go CM’s and dashcam! Get something cool! :p
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 :)
 
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Lidar? But yes this is why security in layers is the best approach.
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... :pwn:
 

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you need a Uniden R360 just like the rest of us.
 

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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.
 

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you need a Uniden R360 just like the rest of us.
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....
 

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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
 

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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....
But isnt "new" mo better?
 

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After studying the screen shot of Waze I have concluded Happy Foods must sell great doughnuts.
 

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