Thanks, @sdrawkcaB! I actually have been doing that.. getting out of my car and looking at my radar straight on to see if it's centered. I'm sure my neighbors thought I was nuts when I first installed it, since I was constantly getting in/out of the car after making adjustments lol.The Eagle Eye visibility would definitely be on the bottom of your list for factors in deciding where to mount it.
I think you’re doing right by where you’ve mounted it based on what you’ve shared. Front visibility, unobstructed, and as high as possible. When you have a directional radar detector such as the Max 360/c or an R7, rear line of sight out your back window is also good where possible
For non-directional detectors, it isn’t a high priority. I would always make sure the forward facing is my primary focus with an emphasis in mounting it as high up as possible and as level and center focused as possible. It helps to get out of your car and look at the detector while standing center near your front bumper as this will help you see the direction you have it pointed more accurately. I find if I don’t do this, then my detector ends up being angled more to the right than center. What I’ve thought was center aligned turned out to be unaligned and only noticeable once I got out of my car and looked at the detector from outside.
Hope this helps. Welcome to the forums!
Thanks, @DChiJEllis!Nearly the same set-up as my 2012 Camry. Nice job.
Just joined specifically after reading your post. I just picked up my 2018 Camry SE yesterday, this will be my 3rd Blendmount but have never used the pintap, i have always hardwired my previous vehicles. However after seeing how clean yours was I am going to just order a wire tap. Can you tell me what length you went with and WHAT PINS or power did you use? I have homelink auto diming mirror in my SE. Thanks in advance....
wondered what that was for....