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Clean install!
 

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Looks good. You might have to adjust the RX heads after testing but that will be easy. Good luck. Let us know how it does.
 

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Are parking sensors illegal in Alberta? If they are not I recommend moving up the TX heads so they clear the body lines by 1/8th of an inch.
 

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OP can we see a pic of the interior where you mounted your control set and led?
 

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I didn't want the led installed...I prefer audio alerts only...I wanted the control set discrete and is placed out of direct vision to the right of my right leg on the console/bolster. I also had a power/kill switch installed..will try to post images soon
 

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Are the front sensors installed/attached to the hood? How is it wired in the engine compartment? Any detailed pics?
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I think your heads are a little high. You will probably have PT issues on the front lower area if you get hit with DET or harder guns.
This is a better spot for the RX heads for full frontal coverage. I'd also move the TX down to the top of the silver ring, I am assuming you wouldnt want to cut into that Emblem to mount the TX more inline with my markings.

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Are the front sensors installed/attached to the hood? How is it wired in the engine compartment? Any detailed pics?
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No sensors are mounted to the hood frame..

Are the front sensors installed/attached to the hood? How is it wired in the engine compartment? Any detailed pics?
Thanks
No they are attached to the top of the engine compartment frame
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I think your heads are a little high. You will probably have PT issues on the front lower area if you get hit with DET or harder guns.
This is a better spot for the RX heads for full frontal coverage. I'd also move the TX down to the top of the silver ring, I am assuming you wouldnt want to cut into that Emblem to mount the TX more inline with my markings.

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Ya I thought the same but call this iteration #1.0 ...ready for testing
 
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