TMG Motorcycle Two Head System on Algo 8.06 Testing Results

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I recently installed a Motorcycle Specific TMG System on a Kawasaki Concour

I am attaching the results. The two heads were mounted on the underside of my front mirrors that are attached to and part of the main fairing (they are fixed and don't turn along with the bars and front wheel). The latest Algo 8.06 was installed. Unit was installed in my front left fairing glovebox as I have AUX power there for RDs and such. The unit comes with a kill switch which I only used once because we were doing testing to prove concept and find if there were holes in protection. Guns used were TSS and Stalker XLR with Anti-Jamming On and Anti-Jamming Off. My personal observation and opinion is that against these Guns the Rider is protected because the PTs that did occur are so close to the Gun that if one doesn't see the LEO before PT, then one deserves a Ticket.

EDIT: Additional information, all Lidar Guns are current models. On the Kawasaki Concour, I could not get away with using just a single head under the headlight on the fairing or mounting it three inches above the headlight where the windscreen air vent is which I correlate to the size of the sport touring fairing (I had PT even against the TSS at 400 feet).
 

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Good job thanks for doing this some of us were pretty curious! :)
 

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Thank you for testing ! 8.06 algo was thoroughly tested with a new updated XLR for 3+ weeks. I see a huge improvement.
 

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I recently installed a Motorcycle Specific TMG System on a Kawasaki Concour

I am attaching the results. The two heads were mounted on the underside of my front mirrors that are attached to and part of the main fairing (they are fixed and don't turn along with the bars and front wheel). The latest Algo 8.06 was installed. Unit was installed in my front left fairing glovebox as I have AUX power there for RDs and such. The unit comes with a kill switch which I only used once because we were doing testing to prove concept and find if there were holes in protection. Guns used were TSS and Stalker XLR with Anti-Jamming On and Anti-Jamming Off. My personal observation and opinion is that against these Guns the Rider is protected because the PTs that did occur are so close to the Gun that if one doesn't see the LEO before PT, then one deserves a Ticket.

EDIT: Additional information, all Lidar Guns are current models. On the Kawasaki Concour, I could not get away with using just a single head under the headlight on the fairing or mounting it three inches above the headlight where the windscreen air vent is which I correlate to the size of the sport touring fairing (I had PT even against the TSS at 400 feet).
how fast were you going
 

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I recently installed a Motorcycle Specific TMG System on a Kawasaki Concour

I am attaching the results. The two heads were mounted on the underside of my front mirrors that are attached to and part of the main fairing (they are fixed and don't turn along with the bars and front wheel). The latest Algo 8.06 was installed. Unit was installed in my front left fairing glovebox as I have AUX power there for RDs and such. The unit comes with a kill switch which I only used once because we were doing testing to prove concept and find if there were holes in protection. Guns used were TSS and Stalker XLR with Anti-Jamming On and Anti-Jamming Off. My personal observation and opinion is that against these Guns the Rider is protected because the PTs that did occur are so close to the Gun that if one doesn't see the LEO before PT, then one deserves a Ticket.

EDIT: Additional information, all Lidar Guns are current models. On the Kawasaki Concour, I could not get away with using just a single head under the headlight on the fairing or mounting it three inches above the headlight where the windscreen air vent is which I correlate to the size of the sport touring fairing (I had PT even against the TSS at 400 feet).
Yes! I love TMG.
I said the same thing I Jam the dragon all the way down to 192 feet for over 10 seconds before it finally got a logon me at 192 feet which is like I get see the whites in his eyes if you can't slow down by then you deserve it ticket glad to see you did so well brother!
Especially promising to hear so well against the stalker units. I'm hoping we're getting together at the end of the month and still doing some testing will see
 

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Good test !

But it seems that unless you want two heads on the back the Adaptiv is still the better choice IMO.

Well if the TMG has blue tooth that would be nice I suppose.

How much does TMG cost? and does it come with a warning light and water proof?
 

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Nice results!
Hey, if TMG is solid against the stalker xlr, does that mean it is fine against the RLR stalker? Ty
Yes, the X just means it’s the long range version. Full DE and compact are however different from one another.

For those wondering, the firmware had another XLR/RLR fix that helped a lot and goes for the motorcycle version AND the regular systems.
 
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