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    Quote Originally Posted by mirage View Post
    Agree there are certain aspects that would not be 100% accurate, but the jammer should ALWAYS fire initially; however, I can see where it might a challenge determining how long to wait before turning off due to the GPS check.
    I would rather be alerted and know I am safe. Its not like the AL Priority gives off false alerts. I have not had one false alert yet with it. If there is a real trap even if I am below the speed I still would prefer to know about it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BestRadarDetectors View Post
    I would rather be alerted and know I am safe. Its not like the AL Priority gives off false alerts. I have not had one false alert yet with it. If there is a real trap even if I am below the speed I still would prefer to know about it.
    Agree. Interestingly enough I tried to get the ALP to false with my simulator and it wouldn't I'm impressed with the filtering seems to be far superior to any other product.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RedRocket View Post
    ^ - ONE Sensor in the rear will not be enough to protect you no matter how small your car.
    Trust me!
    Normally I wouldn't disagree on such a statement, but after a lot of testing with the ALP I can tell you that I'm driving with a single sensor in the rear in height of the exhaust. Which sounds idiotic, is possible. We tried different scenarios (extreme angle, bridge shoot, 30m shooting in standstill,...) but were hardly able to get a PT with different guns (UltraLyte, TruCAM,...).

    But maybe I was following a different target: A 100% invisible install, which was only possible with this mounting location.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mirage View Post
    Almost. This is a user defined speed limit. I want the GPS to change this limit based on location. ie the posted PSL.
    I wanted this as well UNTIL I was traveling with a friend to Ohio in his car with a Sti R . We entered a construction zone below what would be the regular PSL. Because it was under construction the PSL was much lower. The RD did not alert and he was tagged. He changed his settings and never had a problem again.
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    If I order the bluetooth I get all the benefits of Graphic display on my iphone. correct? Will the iphone software work on a older iphone such as the 3 series? That way you could get an older model on ebay or something and have it strictly dedicated to the ALP. I have come to count on WAZE for head's up on traffic and LEO's (<--- look at me using the slang! Still a n00b!)
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    Quote Originally Posted by nano View Post
    Normally I wouldn't disagree on such a statement, but after a lot of testing with the ALP I can tell you that I'm driving with a single sensor in the rear in height of the exhaust. Which sounds idiotic, is possible. We tried different scenarios (extreme angle, bridge shoot, 30m shooting in standstill,...) but were hardly able to get a PT with different guns (UltraLyte, TruCAM,...).

    But maybe I was following a different target: A 100% invisible install, which was only possible with this mounting location.
    Radarrob, myself, Redrocket and Tom did single head testing on the rear of a vehicle. We used every handheld LIDAR a a available in the US with the exception of the Laser Atlanta LIDARs. The performance was not acceptable to me of any of the jammers. My computer the has all of the data is being repaired. When I get it back I will post the results.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nano View Post
    Normally I wouldn't disagree on such a statement, but after a lot of testing with the ALP I can tell you that I'm driving with a single sensor in the rear in height of the exhaust. Which sounds idiotic, is possible. We tried different scenarios (extreme angle, bridge shoot, 30m shooting in standstill,...) but were hardly able to get a PT with different guns (UltraLyte, TruCAM,...).

    But maybe I was following a different target: A 100% invisible install, which was only possible with this mounting location.
    You can see what type/model car was used for ONE Sensor "Rear" mounted against "Priority","HP-905" & LI8.9 at this URL:
    http://www.raletc.org/2013_10_01_archive.html

    Scroll down page to - "Wednesday OCT.23,2013"
    At bottom of page are some IR output pattern videos of all 3 jammer Models,too.

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    I just did some investigating today in my car and have decided to add 2 sensors to the rear. I scoped out the cable route and have placement ready. My question are as follows.
    The ALP website states that there is (5M) of length on the sensor. that should equate to 16' ? Is that correct? If not could you tell me how much length is on it. So I can decide if I need the jumpers.
    Are there any coupons or codes to help in the price?
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    Quote Originally Posted by RigToFly01 View Post
    I just did some investigating today in my car and have decided to add 2 sensors to the rear. I scoped out the cable route and have placement ready. My question are as follows.
    The ALP website states that there is (5M) of length on the sensor. that should equate to 16' ? Is that correct? If not could you tell me how much length is on it. So I can decide if I need the jumpers.
    Are there any coupons or codes to help in the price?
    You are correct in the size and 5M is slightly over 16ft. I will PM you order information.
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