are there any cheap or DIY options for laser jamming / shifting

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9C1Driver said:
You have asked several times and gotten sound advice each time. You have also posted examples of "cheap" used jammers for sale hoping someone I guess will tell you what you want to hear. Here is the bottom line, GOOD JAMMERS AIN"T CHEAP...…...AND CHEAP JAMMERS AIN"T GOOD. That sums it up right there.
This ^^^
 

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Again if you want to drive with confidence against Lidar buy TMG or ALP, have it properly installed and then tested. Plus use the VVaze App while driving.
 

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I'm new and learning lots. I have an older V1 but even with the newest I found that they (and no radar detector) will protect me from laser (in advance to slow down anyway). Here in Alberta (and other provinces) I find laser is the most common tool used for actual speed traps. So now I want to add something to my cars to reduce my reflection to laser (then my V1 will beep but give me time to slow down).

I don't want to spend $1000+ on a modern jammer. I also don't want to spend $100 on a small jar of absorbing paint. I'm quite handy and willing to experiment, so I want to make my own Veil paint, and even my own jammer. Anyone have some good advice on either? Or if not a diy jammer, another have some advice on an older make/model that still works which I can then try to find in the local craigslist or ebay?

Thanks
Cheapest solution I use, no more than 6-7mph over. Works every time.
 

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I bought a scratch and dent TMG dual for $300 and a gentleman was selling a used quad for $400. Keep an eye out for deals. DIY makes no sense
 

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I bought a scratch and dent TMG dual for $300 and a gentleman was selling a used quad for $400. Keep an eye out for deals. DIY makes no sense
I picked up the used quad for $400. :)

Haven’t gotten around to installing it yet, probably will do so when I have some spare time around Thanksgiving. The heads react properly to my LI handheld tester but I’ll probably need some testing after install.
 

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I picked up the used quad for $400. :)

Haven’t gotten around to installing it yet, probably will do so when I have some spare time around Thanksgiving. The heads react properly to my LI handheld tester but I’ll probably need some testing after install.
Congrats! Feel free to start a thread in the laser jammer placement suggestions subforum to get some ideas on where to best put the heads before you begin your install, and definitely get it tested when you're done!
 

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Nice install (from a BMW M2 owner) mine is black also so the heads blend in nicely. But sure to post results when you get it tested.
I picked up the used quad for $400. :)

Haven’t gotten around to installing it yet, probably will do so when I have some spare time around Thanksgiving. The heads react properly to my LI handheld tester but I’ll probably need some testing after install.
Nice! Super pice! Post pics when you get it installed.
 

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