Learning to Drive
- May 29, 2017
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not near the HUD, its to the right a little bit, I ll take a pic when I get back to town and highlight it
That would be great, thanks!not near the HUD, its to the right a little bit, I ll take a pic when I get back to town and highlight it
Yes, I’d lose rear for sure but having front would be a big improvement on what I currently have.You would lose the arrows with this set up, I would reccomend net radar dsp in this situation unless you really dont care for arrows.
I don't know that I would say they have been left behind by time. It's just that Remote mounted have come so far and it has made them separate more. Most users of windshield mounts want a plug and play detector. For the people that want the concealed display, there are installed units now that let them place things where they want.Unfortunately, other than the V1, no other WS RD offers a true remote display, or an app interface which would give you full control of your RD. And some feel it has been left behind by time...
Please keep us posted and post some pictures when you get it. I have considered this in the past but never followed through.Quick update. I've ordered the Armour Box and a V1C LE. I'm interested to see the box first hand. It could end up to be an experiment if nothing else. I also thought that having the BT dongle would be interesting to enable apps to be be run. It will probably take a couple of weeks for this to arrive.
At the moment I have no front detection and for me front has greater value than rear and side.That is an interesting setup although I would question it's usefulness for a vehicle. Rear detection is going to take a hit, not to mention losing the functionality of the arrows. However, I see this being a good setup for a bike though although if you are mechanically inclined you could probably fab something up for less than half the cost.
Now that the Armour box has arrived I've been working out where to install it, how to mount it, etc.I've recently bought a BMW with what they call a Climate Comfort Windscreen. This means its an athermic screen which makes windscreen mounted detectors perform poorly.
CorrectI think the box is not currently involved in the process.
Must be a Kiwi thing - I'm a New Zealander too!That is what I call the "@KiwiClaire" method of mounting!
So the background is that I recently acquired a Uniden R3 (thanks @chakeubeam !) after some really great advice on this forum. I had also saw people using mirror mounts which I thought looked good. So I ordered a generic one off ebay while the detector was still on its way to me - which actually...www.rdforum.org