Police laser enforcement is becoming increasingly popular with many police departments across the USA and because radar detectors are pretty much worthless in protecting you from these types of speed traps, you may have been considering accessorizing your car or motorcycle with a laser jammer.
Because of this we have put together this 3-minute video on how to install a laser jammer to your motorcycle.
As with your car, police will typically aim for headlight on your motorcycle, as it is the most reflective part of your bike.
Because of this you will want to mount at least one, if not two laser jammer transceivers as close to your headlight as possible.
During this install on a BMW 1200GS this was fairly easy just using a strip of double sided 3M tape to attach the sensor.
However as in this install on a Harley Davidson Ultra Classic we fabricated a mount using strip of sheet metal we purchased from our local Home Depot store and a pair of sheet metal clippers.
Next if you’re concerned about being shot to the rear of your bike, you may then want to install another head to the rear.
Now the most important part of your install is during this phase to make sure that your laser jammer sensor is pointed straight ahead and is level with the roadway.
The next step is placement of your controller interface where all the cabling will hook together.
The controller interface is not waterproof so we would recommend wrapping it in plastic or as in this install using a waterproof storage sack.
Now one of the most difficult parts of installing a laser jammer on a motorcycle is trying to figure out where to secure all that extra cabling attached to your sensor as these are designed for automotive installs.
So during this install you’ll notice that we bundled up this extra wiring behind the fairing.
Next is installing your controller interface and during this install we again used 3M double sided tape, taping it to the master cylinder.
Then next we mounted the external LED light right under the GPS so it would be visible while riding.
Then last we program our ALP laser jammer by going to the ALP website and downloading the latest updates onto a USB, which we explain in more detail during this video on our website RadarBusters.com.
Now if you do have any questions on installing a laser jammer on your car, truck or motorcycle I encourage you to first visit our website RadarBusters.com and check out our other install videos under our laser jammer help guides or emailing me 24/7 at my personal email address of RadarRoy@RadarBusters.com
This is Radar Roy from RadarBusters.com thank you for watching and please remember, drive safe, drive smart but most of all drive protected.