Life is much better with arrows

Discussion in 'Stories from the Front Lines' started by cbbr, Oct 7, 2018.

  1. cbbr

    cbbr Premium Member Intermediate User Premium Member

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    I installed a rear NetRadar antenna about a week ago and in that short time have relaized just how nice the "arrows" are. Being able to tell when you have passed the radar that is on other side of the barricade is fantastic. Knowing that there us a local LEO catching up with you is even better... So after a week I have several "able to resume normal crusing speed" storys and one save - I was moving fast, he was moving a little faster. The rear signal kept getting stronger and I paid attention. So now I am hooked on the arrows.
     
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    I also help when you get only short warning and now know that it behind you. Instead of continue at an slower speed because you do not know the location of the alert.
     
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    Have been using The Arrows since 1992. Can’t figure out why anybody would want to guess where the threat was coming from when they could know?!

    Glad you are finding the upgrade useful.
     
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    No doubt.

    Now that I have them, I am completely sold.
     
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    benzr Been there done that !! Original V1 user !! Advanced User

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    Yes There are NOW FOUR OPTIONs for ARROWS!!

    REMOTE MOUNT:
    1. BRD NET RADAR /DSP NEED REAR ANT TOO
    2. RADENSO RCM NEED REAR ANT TOO

    WINDSHIELD MOUNT:
    3. VALENTINE V1. WS
    4. ESCORT MAX360/360c. WS.

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    Hopefully Uniden and Radenso will both hop on the arrows wagon a/ well! :bandwagon:
     
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    I am competely sold on the remote mount - I drive with the top down unless its raining or just too hot which is rare. This morning I passed a BTR city unit who was -5 PSL. Trolling for aggressive drivers no doubt. I stayed at +5 PSL and sure enough he lit me up once I was well past him and about the time that I was even with another BTR unit. But my phone sits low when its dark and no one was any wiser. I know that its not illegal, but my car doesn't "blend" and I don't want them to have any reason to watch me more than they do already. It was nice to know where the signal was coming from too.
     
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