2005 WRX STI - ALP Quint, Net Radar DSP + Pro DB Stealth Install (2 Viewers)

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Finally got started on my stealth install this week so I thought I would share a few pics;

It's not finished yet, I am waiting on some more Perspex on order to finish off the 3rd sensor mounting on the front and also make up the custom pods for the 2 rear sensors...

Front Bumper;

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As for the 3rd sensor - I am planning on cutting out the center section of the badge, mounting the sensor behind that and some Perspex - same as the other front sensors

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Net Radar DSP Antenna behind the fog-light cover (I was limited behind the grille with clearance)

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Master Kill Switch and USB Cable (I am waiting on a flush mount port to tidy the USB install up)

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LED Indication for ALP + Switch and LED for Pro DB

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CPU mounted under driver's seat. Was tight for space behind the dash so this was the next best option. I plan on 3D printing the bracket to suit this to neaten it up.

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Made up the loom for the rear sensors and Pro DB

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Rear sensors and Pro DB TEMPORARY install. As I mentioned, I am waiting for some Perspex to finalize the rear - this will be a custom pod either side, or perhaps one across the top incorporating the Pro DB - will assess this later down the track;

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I'll be sure to update when the rest of the parts arrive for the front and rear sensors :D
 

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I'm an 05 STi owner as well. Looks nice and stealthy.
 

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Looking good. I am no master jammer guy but those rear heads look a little off to me. Could be the picture or could be wrong angle.
 

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Nice attention to detail! Well done!
 

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very nice
 

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Nice!
 

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Like they say in college...

Get tested!!!
 

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I'm an 05 STi owner as well. Looks nice and stealthy.
Thanks! Will be when I am done with the rest of the car :)

Looking good. I am no master jammer guy but those rear heads look a little off to me. Could be the picture or could be wrong angle.
Rears were mounted in a temp. manner until the rest of the parts arrive. They will be leveled and behind the perspex once it's finalized.

Nice attention to detail! Well done!
Thanks! Hoping the center badge on the front turns out nice and clean as well

very nice
Cheers!

Like they say in college...

Get tested!!!
Will have to track down someone in Perth that owns a LTI to get the install tested once it's finished!

Where are you getting your Perspex from ?
I get mine on eBay - seller is based in the UK and can custom cut sizes to suit your application;

Perspex Supplier eBay
 

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Nice work.
 

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How did you go about getting the custom front housings done? Did you hire someone to produce the 3D Printed housings? How did you coordinate getting the perspex cut in advance to fit your designs? I suppose you just waited until after you finished the housings to then take the measurements for the Perspex to send to your perspex supplier?

Could you post an eBay link to the seller you bought from? Thanks in advance!
 

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What's a "Pro DB?" I googled and found nothing related.
 

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Nice work.
Thanks!

How did you go about getting the custom front housings done? Did you hire someone to produce the 3D Printed housings? How did you coordinate getting the perspex cut in advance to fit your designs? I suppose you just waited until after you finished the housings to then take the measurements for the Perspex to send to your perspex supplier?

Could you post an eBay link to the seller you bought from? Thanks in advance!
Custom housings were hand made - I measured up roughly the dimensions I needed and ordered the perspex in 2 halves. I then took measurements and made paper/cardboard templates. These were then cut out with a jigsaw.

Supplier link is 2 comments up at the bottom of my multi-quote :)
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What's a "Pro DB?" I googled and found nothing related.
Photo blocker for the rear license plate;

First (I believe) iteration of the NoPhoto;

Link; ProDB
 
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Did you used to have a white STI? There's a very similar install floating around, I might have seen it on RALF? Similar down to the ProDB. Very nice install! Like said above, get tested. By the pictures it looks like the rear sensors are out a bit
 

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Did you used to have a white STI? There's a very similar install floating around, I might have seen it on RALF? Similar down to the ProDB. Very nice install! Like said above, get tested. By the pictures it looks like the rear sensors are out a bit

Yep! Sadly that car was written off a while ago.

Upgraded to the 05 and being black it makes going stealth a lot easier.

Will do, once they are mounted correctly I'll get some testing done :D
 

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Look very clean, but if the heads are following the contour of the bumper, they're toed out.
 

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Excellent work. Looking forward to the completed pics
 

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That's a clean install. Definitely would like to see how it looks with the Perspex.
 

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Look very clean, but if the heads are following the contour of the bumper, they're toed out.
I was waiting for this to be spotted. The non bubble side of the sensor is toed slightly in to get the sensors as center/level as possible.

Unfortunately it's a trade off to get the Perspex to sit flush in order to keep this stealth. The center head will be perfectly level and straight.

Toughest guns we have to jam are the TruSpeed/TruCam - so I will be testing this setup with those to see if there is any PT with this sensor setup.

With the concealed Poliscan setups we have here, the slight toe outwards will aid in the detection of them earlier. I have spoken to a few installers who have various mounting angles for Poliscan defense and the usual setup is; Front L 10 degree out, Center 0 degree (straight). Front R 10 degree out. This setup will maintain beam overlap from the ALP sensors to defend against hand held LIDAR as well.

Excellent work. Looking forward to the completed pics
Thanks :)

That's a clean install. Definitely would like to see how it looks with the Perspex.
Thanks!
 

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