Blinder M25 ... Still Worth using?

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Hi
I have a Blinder M25 or M27 I can't remember which 1 it is now in my SUV. And now have BMW 335D aswell.
My question is,is it worth the hassle to move it into the 335 or not? As it is it still useful vs sending money on a new one?
I just don't know if the old blinder is still reliable and up to standard or if it's Just a paper weight now.
I live in Christchurch, New Zealand

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Hi
I have a Blinder M25 or M27 I can't remember which 1 it is now in my SUV. And now have BMW 335D aswell.
My question is,is it worth the hassle to move it into the 335 or not? As it is it still useful vs sending money on a new one?
I just don't know if the old blinder is still reliable and up to standard or if it's Just a paper weight now.
I live in Christchurch, New Zealand

Thanks guys
I would not use it. A member here had a set of LI's and they failed without any warning. With sensors that old and with so many new guns on the market I would not risk it. Just get yourself at least a set of TMG's to have A LOT better protection.
 

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If you only drive local and know your town does not use VPR guns I would use it until I could or had to upgrade. Heads tend to fail on first freeze after leaking all summer.
 

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It all depends on what guns you have in your area, if you face guns like stalker XLR which is super common then you will not have protection. There have been a few guns released since thoses were last updated so anything released since last update will potentially be unsupported. Its better than no protection, but I would be looking for ALP or TMG if moving to a new car. The new ones can handle the latest guns and are still updated, have a warranty and are a lot more sensitive and better performing.
 

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