2017 chevy volt TMG dual head plus VPR head placement

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You need to buy your car based on an easy LJ install first...lol
 

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done. what a pain in the ass.

the VPR head isn't dead center but whatever. this is the best I could reasonably do. Ugh, looking at the pic the drivers side head might be toed in a little bit. I've redone it twice already and I might have to do it again unless it's the pic playing pranks on me. It's a real drag getting those straight when nothing on the car is straight.
 

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Not an easy car to work with. The heads look bowed out but maybe just the picture. How far off the ground are they, reflections? I cant aee the centre head...
 

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The right one is good the left one is pointed a few degrees inward so I'll have to fix. Vpr is below the plate, hard to see with the black box there
 

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Ah I see the center one now. What is the distance off the ground/road?
 

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It is what it is. That's where I could place them.
I think you are missing the point of members trying to help you. Proper installation and alignment is key to having effective protection. Granted the car is a challenge but if the install isn’t effective then why do it...
 
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I think you are missing the point of members trying to help you. Proper installation and alignment is key to having effective protection. Granted the car is a challenge but if the install isn’t effective then why do it...
What do you want me to do? Build a custom bumper so that it has perfect placements for the heads? There's no other reasonable option to place them.
 

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Just saying if they don't test properly and are not effective, why bother installing them...
 

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Depends on what guns you face. Could be zero protection, thats why you get it tested :p
 

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Tested today with the help of flick on the forum, jtg with 3 shots on his stalker. I'm happy with that for sure
 

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I wondering how you get in contact with flick from the forum? I just installed dual heads with vpr the other day and would like to test them.
 

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Link above and click start convo or whatever. He's Windward oahu
 

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Link above and click start convo or whatever. He's Windward oahu
Apprecitate it!!! I was
Link above and click start convo or whatever. He's Windward oahu
Appreciate it. Hoping to get mine tested sometime since it's my first time installing laser jammers and just want to make sure I did it right.
 

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