Tmg vs lti ultralyte

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Hey guys,
Not sure if this is covered but a Google search didn't yield any results so I was just curious, how does the tmg alpha 15 do against the lti ultralyte laser gun? Can it jam to gun or are there still lunch thoughs at close range?

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That is the preferred gun in my area,and many many other customers as well. It does just fine. I owned 4 Ultralites.
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Ultralytes are one of the easiest guns to jam, should be no issue whatsoever. TMG does fine with all fixed rate stuff , just DE that there are some short range issues with.
 

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Thanks for all the feedback guys, guess the last thing I'm waiting for is the new vpr head.
 

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Hey guys,
Not sure if this is covered but a Google search didn't yield any results so I was just curious, how does the tmg alpha 15 do against the lti ultralyte laser gun? Can it jam to gun or are there still lunch thoughs at close range?

Thanks
Basically any decent jammer should blow ultralite out of the water. I jam both LTi and Prolaser for lunch on a bi-weekly basis with my 2 front+2 rear install. My first save was from LTi.
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Thanks for all the feedback guys, guess the last thing I'm waiting for is the new vpr head.
Depending on where you live, you might only see XLR or easier guns. TMG has been doing well with XLR. If you want future proofing, ALP is basically the go to but it's expensive.

Where are you located more or less and what car do you drive? Jammers and detectors aren't all straight cut and it helps knowing what you require.

I, for example, am in Atlanta. The birthplace of Dragoneye. Both of my lidar speeding tickets were Dragoneye. My car is a small roadster similar to a Miata. So the best option for me would be ALP if money wasn't an issue. But since my car is tiny, I only need 2 heads to protect it with TMG so the price difference is pretty big between a 2 head TMG and a 2rx+tx. Atlanta doesn't do rear shots much too so TMGs issue with Dragoneye in the rear is not as bad as someone in Edmonton. So I figured I'd compromise and go with TMG. But, say, I start seeing alot of Dragoneye, I'd probably switch over since my luck is starting to get pushed.
 
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Funny this thread was posted yesterday. I encountered Ohio State Highway Patrol yesterday and he tagged me, I was doing 70 in a 65 but was passing a slow moving semi so I think to him I appeared to be speeding much faster. My TMG announced Ultralyte. After I got to my destination I looked it up and found this thread.
 

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Basically any decent jammer should blow ultralite out of the water. I jam both LTi and Prolaser for lunch on a bi-weekly basis with my 2 front+2 rear install. My first save was from LTi.
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Depending on where you live, you might only see XLR or easier guns. TMG has been doing well with XLR. If you want future proofing, ALP is basically the go to but it's expensive.

Where are you located more or less and what car do you drive? Jammers and detectors aren't all straight cut and it helps knowing what you require.

I, for example, am in Atlanta. The birthplace of Dragoneye. Both of my lidar speeding tickets were Dragoneye. My car is a small roadster similar to a Miata. So the best option for me would be ALP if money wasn't an issue. But since my car is tiny, I only need 2 heads to protect it with TMG so the price difference is pretty big between a 2 head TMG and a 2rx+tx. Atlanta doesn't do rear shots much too so TMGs issue with Dragoneye in the rear is not as bad as someone in Edmonton. So I figured I'd compromise and go with TMG. But, say, I start seeing alot of Dragoneye, I'd probably switch over since my luck is starting to get pushed.
Yeah I see.

I'm in Calgary AB Canada, so I see the lti ultralyte alot along with some Ka 34.7 guns, but my primary day to day threat for some reason is redflex photo radar vans which so far none of my detectors (even my pro m) can detect. The only good side is they're easy to spot unless hiding behind a sign. I do frequent Edmonton so dragon land and mrcd land which is never good.

I drive a BMW m2, a Scion frs, and a BMW x3m. So the reason why I looked for the tmg is because I would like to buy 3 sets and the Alps would be way too expensive.
 

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Yeah I see.

I'm in Calgary AB Canada, so I see the lti ultralyte alot along with some Ka 34.7 guns, but my primary day to day threat for some reason is redflex photo radar vans which so far none of my detectors (even my pro m) can detect. The only good side is they're easy to spot unless hiding behind a sign. I do frequent Edmonton so dragon land and mrcd land which is never good.

I drive a BMW m2, a Scion frs, and a BMW x3m. So the reason why I looked for the tmg is because I would like to buy 3 sets and the Alps would be way too expensive.
Yea, it may be worth it. Stick around and maybe someone will sell their ALP used. It's rare but it happens.
 

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Yea, it may be worth it. Stick around and maybe someone will sell their ALP used. It's rare but it happens.
Yeah I'll wait for the tmg vpr head before I make a purchase. Overall vpr performance on the tmg from what I have heard is overall extremely poor, which scares me since I frequent dragon land.
 

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Yeah I'll wait for the tmg vpr head before I make a purchase. Overall vpr performance on the tmg from what I have heard is overall extremely poor, which scares me since I frequent dragon land.
Extremely poor? Just limited short range. Florida DE testing did good. Majority of systems Sold are on the East coast in Dragon land.
 

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Yeah I'll wait for the tmg vpr head before I make a purchase. Overall vpr performance on the tmg from what I have heard is overall extremely poor, which scares me since I frequent dragon land.
It will jam anything farther than 500ft in my experience with Dragoneye. But if you're going through Edmonton, I don't blame you. Rear Dragoneye sucks...
 

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It will jam anything farther than 500ft in my experience with Dragoneye. But if you're going through Edmonton, I don't blame you. Rear Dragoneye sucks...
Yeah that's the issue, in the city where they primarily use dragon eye (especially in photo lidar use) they don't provide you with the opportunity to receive huge long distance shots of 1,000ft+, so you really have to rely on your jammers to jam. For photo lidar they usually wait till you're close or even passing them for that rear shot, which means the tmg is vulnerable with a 2 head setup in the rear, like you said.


On the high way it's different and I've seen long distance shots on my old jammer setup, but in the city it's always short range from what I've seen.
 

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