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ALP + Bluetooth module + 2 sensors (RX + TX) and you ll be set. Bulletproof.
Or if you go with other brands you will be forced to put 4 sensors up front just to battle over half of lidar guns and experience sub-500ft punch throughts.
Are you kidding? The tmg can jtg almost every gun with 3 heads on a car.
 

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Are you kidding? The tmg can jtg almost every gun with 3 heads on a car.
To be fair the OP was about motorcycles, and I think at this point an ALP with 1 RX and 1 TX is about the only sure option against the toughest guns.
 

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Are you kidding? The tmg can jtg almost every gun with 3 heads on a car.
Dude, I wasnt speaking about TMG. There are also other brands out there besides TMG.
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Dude, I wasnt speaking about TMG. There are also other brands out there besides TMG.
Well, you said "if you go with other brands" which would include TMG.
I'm just providing an example. Honestly, I don't know a whole ton about other jammers because I haven't used them. I'm not biased toward TMG, I just know more about them because I run them. It is as far as I understand it simply not correct to suggest that going with brands other than ALP means <500ft punch throughs with 4 heads. That would be terrible even on a car, and yes the ALP is great, but there are plenty of jammers that can still maintain decent performance without 4 heads. - It was also unclear whether you meant 4 total or 4 front heads so maybe that's a source of misunderstanding...
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To be fair the OP was about motorcycles, and I think at this point an ALP with 1 RX and 1 TX is about the only sure option against the toughest guns.
I'd be curious to see how other jammers performed though, there's not been any motorcycle testing right? It may be the only sure option now.
Even the jammers that work against VPR guns struggle when running dual heads. But maybe that's only on cars. I'd love to see how many heads are really needed for tough guns when on a motorcycle. Maybe 2 would be enough to do it since they would be closer together and have a smaller area to cover?
 
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For the lizards, at least, the RX heads receive only and only the TX head transmits. On a motorcycle, one RX head is sufficient for reception/detection coverage. So, 1 RX, 1 TX, and on the limited space of a motorcycle that’s about what you can do.
 

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Keep in mind too, that most bikes are really difficult to get a laser lock on unless really close. They're too small, and we can hide behind cars. The big tourers are a little easier though.
One of the forum members has a Kwaka H2 which is almost stealthy when it comes to Lidar and Stalker,
it has very strange angles on it's fairing that must act a little like stealth tech.
 

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Keep in mind too, that most bikes are really difficult to get a laser lock on unless really close. They're too small, and we can hide behind cars. The big tourers are a little easier though.
One of the forum members has a Kwaka H2 which is almost stealthy when it comes to Lidar and Stalker,
it has very strange angles on it's fairing that must act a little like stealth tech.
I tested my bike (2018 Ducati XDiavel) this past week with a VPR gun (VPR turned off) and could not get a reading beyond 1050 feet. Less than that and it was near instant. The easiest way is to shoot the rider. Every bike will be different, but I would not assume that it will be difficult to get a reading. Around my area, cops like to shoot in 25 or 30 mph neighborhoods with curvy roads that hide them and they shoot you at about 700 feet. Toast.
 

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With Bikes the easiest PT area is not the bike but usually the riders helmet. In testing that is where we target when testing jammers for bikers. When it comes to sensitivity of ANY jammer on the market the ALP has the greatest sensitivity which is why it offers the best protection for bike users.
 

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