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  1. V1 Freak

    The LI dual is a top notch jammer. My expectations were exceeded. If installing yourself, make sure to allot plenty of time to get the heads mounted properly. Also, the heads are much smaller and stealthy than I expected. Great +

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    • Dave Ackerson
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      Will this Laser Interceptor Jammer plug into an escort 9500ix?

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      • Radar Roy

        @ Dave Ackerson – No Dave, this is a stand alone system, it will NOT plug into any detector but will work with any detector as a stand alone unit

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        • Dave

          I will be installing an LI system in an old ’89 camery. The car is white with black bompers. how close should I mount the jammers to the headlights and how far back from the front ov the bumper? I will also be using Veil paint on the headlights.I have no front plate. Have you ever heard of anyone spraying a few coats of Veil on the entire doghouse of a car, and is this a good idea or not? Thanks again Roy! Your comments are playing a huge part of what to buy and exactly where to mount the items purchased!

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          • Radar Roy

            @ Dave – I’m glad folks are reading these comments! Each head has maximum coverage within 18″ So stand infront of your car, mark off your most reflective areas and make sure that those are covered. Best to keep the heads flush with Bumper but that is not always possible. Never heard of anyone spraying an entire car and wouldn’t recommend it on paint, it would ruin the finish

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        • Max Nix

          Actually it will work with some V1.

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  2. Radar Detector Guru
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    Out of all the laser jammer systems I’ve tested, the LI is the most consistent and most powerful jammer I have ever seen. Its performance is unmatched by any other jammer system. It provides superb performance whether your vehicle is as small as a corvette or as large as a dodge diesel truck. If you want the best, look no further.

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    • Radar Sniffer (gtdriver)
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      That is definitely the consensus…LI’s perform the best across the board and represent the benchmark among laser jammers on the market. For anyone who is serious about avoiding tickets where laser is used, LI’s are the answer.

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  3. Radar Roys Rating
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    Hello Mr. radar,
    I want to ask you some questions about the radar passport iQ Is the Radad detect any radar police, such as radar camera light it detects a radar, police handheld or inside the car, radar jamming I think it’s good I have a problem in which it is if you had wanted a policeman to know your speed does not give him a radar Speed then will know that he have the radar detector will stop you and takes you to radar detector and frees you to answer me I want to violate Mr. any radar detectors radar to have the best?
    Mr. I found radar reveals to you the police, even though hiding behind a mountain or hill, or was at the bottom of the road and you are at the top of the road and show you the police even if there were cars and reveal to you at a distance of 2 km but the problem I forgot his name I tried to find him detector radar I failed Can you find the price ranges from $ 480 more or less if found please send me a message

    Do not forget to answer my questions
    Many thanks to you Mr. radar
    Sender: romanse
    romanse_1986@hotmail.com

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    • "Radar" Roy Reyer

      @ Romanse The IQ will detect all police radar bands yes. As far as jamming police radar there is nothing on the market that works and it is a $50,00.00 fine if you jam police radar. As for radar detectors in the $480 price range I would recommend either the Escort Redline or the Escort 9500ix

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  4. thomper

    Roy,

    I am going to pick up a 9500ix, but want to supplement it with a laser jammer. Your information cites the Laser Interceptor as one of the best products available, and I feel that the 9500ix, supplemented by a jammer such as the LI, would provide me with pretty good protection.

    However, I have stumbled across some sites, such as laserjammertests dot com, that claim the LI is one of the WORST on the market, then also go on to mention several law suits etc. filed against LI.

    Can you please help me understand the truth about LI and possibly clear the air regarding LI and the lawsuits?

    Also, I will be installing this in my new CTS-V, and I was thinking about placing the head behins the wire grill. Can you comment on how well you think they will work there? I really don’t want to have any obvious add-ons detracting from the appearance of the “V”.

    Thanks in advance,

    “thomper” in Calgary, Alberta

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    • "Radar" Roy Reyer

      There is a suit pending between Blinder and LI but it wouldn’t effect the consumer. infact LI has applied for their own patent and it is pending
      As far as that website, its run by a couple of “disgruntled” laser jammer users that are out to discredit the entire industry while promoting their own products.
      LI’s tests have been supported by the GOL, by us and literally hundreds of users on Radardetector.net

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    • Radar Detector Guru

      thomper, the site you visited, laserjammertests.com, is a bogus site run by a man named Chris (JTW). His prime objective is to sell a crappy laser jammer system called Laser Star. When he did the LI test, he wanted to make it look bad so he put shoe polish on the laser jammer heads. If you want unbiased laser jammer tests, I suggest you visit guysoflidar.com.

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    • Doc Holiday

      No one seems to have answered your question about mounting the heads behind the wire grill on your CTS-V. They need an unobstructed forward view (180 degrees) and should be mounted parallel to, or idealy slightly forward of, the front edge of your car. The receivers should be closer to the headlights, and the transmitters should be oriented toward the mid-line of your vehicle. Otherwise they will not work properly, if at all.

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      • "Radar" Roy Reyer

        Thanks for catching this post Doc, yes you want to make sure that the view forward is unobstructed

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  5. lud
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    Good information, well presented, expressed and explained in an understandable fashion. I am buying a jammer!

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  6. Mark M (ZoomZoomWI)

    Good review, thanks Roy.

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  7. Fernando Rivera (motuv1)
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    Best in the market for sure!

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  8. Paul Tully
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    A buddy of mine and I just installed a set of LI duals on the front of his Porsche. We then went to visit our high school friend who is a LEO in the neighboring town. He couldn’t get a reading on the car at all. He was astonished. JTG everytime. When it’s time for me to buy a laser jammer, Laser Interceptor will be the one I buy.

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  9. Odom

    Hi Roy,

    I am about to buy the LI for my MB C300, can I use the cheetah wireless device with the LI, does the cheetah wireless even work? A friend of mine installes the M47 using the cheetah and it seems really easy but does it work? It seems that 2 heads would be sufficient and I guess there is not need for the LI HP, or??

    Thank ROY

    Regards,

    Odom

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    • "Radar" Roy Reyer

      Would not recommend the Cheetah on the LI. works fine on the Blinder but not the LI
      As far as the HP, if you have a large profile vehicle yes. However I have the standard LI on my F250 and it is more than adequate

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      • Odom
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        Hi Roy!!

        I wanted to know, what would be a better option for my C300, the escort 9500ci or the LI?

        Thank you

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        • "Radar" Roy Reyer

          Well the LI and 9500ci do two different things so it depends
          If you already have a radar detector then I would recommend the LI
          If you don’t have a radar detector and want an all in one, then the 9500ci
          If you want the best system you can buy, then the LI combined with the 9500ci, this is what I use

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  10. paul

    Are the 9500ci and LI comparable on same vehicle or would I have to not wire the zr 4?

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    • "Radar" Roy Reyer

      Sorry, not sure if I understand
      The two would work together with each other
      They just wouldn’t interface with each other

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    • paul

      Sorry for typo, meant to ask can you install 9500ci and LI on same vehicle without interference….are they compatible?

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  11. Tyler
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    Hi I was just wondering if u have ever tested the k40 rl360 system. If so is it any good.

    What would be the best overall system you can put in any car? (mix and match or just 1 system. Doesn’t matter.

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    • "Radar" Roy Reyer

      The best overall remote system out there, that has been reviewed by Radar Test, Guys of Lidar and us is the Escort 9500ci.

      Unlike ALL other remote mounted units, the 9500ci:
      1: Has the longest range of any radar detector
      2: Is manufactured in North America
      3: Has GPS filtering and GPS photo enforcement database

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      • Tyler
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        Ok. And what about the k40 ex2 laser jammers? R those any good? (just talking about jammers now not overall systems)

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        • "Radar" Roy Reyer

          Go to YouTube and search for a video by the Guys of Radar
          They have a test of that unit

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  12. Calvin

    Roy,

    I owned an Escort Passport iQ. And I did get a ticket using the unit. Being very disappointed about it of course I contacted Escort to get an explanation. No I’m not an engineer so I could care less about the police gun not bing calibrated or whatever. All I know is the unit did not work when I needed it to. Now don’t get me wrong, I owned Escorts in the past and I know they are some damn good detectors. Yet, that one ticketing incident put a sting in my mind about using the iQ again so I returned it back to the manufacture and purchased their flagship 9500ic. What would make a good detector not detect radar? Especially if it’s from a respected company like Escort.

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    • "Radar" Roy Reyer

      My only question would be did the officer use radar or laser?
      Remember the IQ is a RADAR DETECTOR and just like any other radar detector is not going to do much for you if your shot with Laser.

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  13. David G

    I have a BMW 335is with a typical BMW grille (vertical slits). Am thinking about purchasing a radar jammer, possibly with a new radar detector (I have an older Escort Passport model). However, with the jammer you suggest the best positioning for the LED’s is horizontal. Also, the license plate frame is below grille. Any thoughts on mounting? You can check out the front of the car at: http://www.bmwusa.com/Standard/Content/BYO/Byohome.aspx?enc=xia6GggKdbajJKzrQIPDvfb7xLd2toxF8b59utu72yo=#

    Thanks much.

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  14. Chris

    I wish to install a laser jamming system on my sportbike. I’ve learned that LI is a good choice. Any ideas on headphone output and ideal mounting locations? How far apart? How high can they be?

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  15. Venom_Viper

    I am considering buying an LI system. Is it possible to install in a way that it can easily (i.e. in less than 10 minutes) be moved from one vehicle to another? For example using velcro tape and pre-wiring in both vehicles?
    Thanks.

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    • "Radar" Roy Reyer

      @ Venom_Viper less then 10 minutes, doubtful
      Its going to come down to the heads and cables running through the firewall

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      • Venom_Viper

        Thanks for the quick response. Do you know if I can buy an extra set of the cables to prewire the 2nd vehicle?

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        • "Radar" Roy Reyer

          They go into the controller box itself, would just make up some disconnect system

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  16. Venom_Viper

    Do the bright LED driving lights reduce the effectiveness of the laser?
    Thanks.

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    • "Radar" Roy Reyer

      Nope, would not have any effect, different bandwidth

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  17. Emilio

    I have been reading over the reviews of the lasers jammers and the LI seems to be the best but there is one concern.

    I know the M47 can help protect the rear of the vehicle by placing 3 upfront and 1 in the rear but I have not read anything stating about LI use for rear laser protection.

    If I do live in an area where rear laser protection is a concern what would you reccommend?

    (I will also be pairing this most likely with the Passport 9500ix)

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    • "Radar" Roy Reyer

      Rear protection all depends on what type of vehicle you have
      One head to the rear isn’t going to cut it in most situations, allot more area to shoot than the front
      Optimal would be 2 to front 2 to rear with the LI

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  18. Kyle

    I am considering purchasing a laser jammer for my ’08 Ford Taurus Limited. My concern is that because of the chrome bars on the front, there is a lot more reflective surface to cover, thus requiring me to purchase additional sensors.

    Do you foresee the grill causing enough of an issue to need to compensate with more sensors, or is the technology more focused on surface size not reflectability?

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    • "Radar" Roy Reyer

      @Kyle If you were considering a lower end jammer I would say yes, but the LI will have enough power to compensate for your chrome

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  19. lee g

    soooooooooo just where do you mount the 2 or 3 laseer jammer heads on the front part of a CTSv caddy w/o cutting the grill to get “an unobstructed view”

    LOG

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    • "Radar" Roy Reyer

      @lee g If I can avoid cutting the grills I will, on the last CTV we installed laser jammer heads on we used double sided tape to the underside of the front bumper

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  20. Jason

    Any suggestions on the most ideal LI head placement for a ’08 E63? (grill, bottom of bumper, etc.)

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    • "Radar" Roy Reyer

      Can you get them into the bottom air scoop under the bumper?

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  21. Jason

    That’s the location we were thinking but it would require mods (cutting plastic mesh the diameter of heads) to keep unit completely unubstructed. Otherwise, it would be “behind” the plastic mesh. My guess is it wouldn’t be too pricey to replace this down the road for resale purposes. Definitely don’t want the heads in the chrome grill above as part of the heads would be sticking out to keep square with the road. In short, simply want to be sure I won’t be losing any performance of LI if the heads were this low ( about a 10 inches below headlight level. Appreciate your feedback.

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    • "Radar" Roy Reyer

      You cannot put the heads behind the grill, send me pictures when you get this installed

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  22. Jason

    As a sidebar, is there any reason to consider the HP LI model? Twice as much money as standard LI model, I believe.

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    • "Radar" Roy Reyer

      I would recommend the HP for semi trucks or motorhomes

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  23. Brett

    Awesome information!! I’m considering an LI for my new 2011 TSX. Two questions:

    1) Does the sensor need to be the first thing on the forward plane of the car? My k40 diffuser is mounted on the license plate of my old car. The diffuser would be the first thing damaged in a head-on accident!

    2) Will the LI work on a HL shot if it’s 6 inches below the HL’s? I’m thinking about mounting them in the lower cutout – basically in line with the top of the fog lights next to the license plate.

    Thanks so much!!!

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  24. Graham

    Roy: I’m about to spring for a dual LI for my RS6 in conjunction with a 9500ci for radar detection.
    The front grille of the RS6 doesn’t allow for mounting of the head units within the grille itself without obstructing them. Would you think that it would OK to mount them underneath the bumper on either side of the front license plate?

    Thanks!

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  25. gary

    Roy, where would be the best location to place the heads on a 08 Mitsubishi Evolution 10? Also the grill is large chicken wire type mesh….. can it go behind it? thanks.

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  26. Corepuncher

    I have a 2011 Shelby GT500 Mustang. Here is a pic of the front:

    http://www.corepuncher.com/mustang/shelby_front.jpg

    I have yet to decide on a brand of jammer. Was gonna get Escort 9500ix, then a jammer.

    If you had my car, what brand jammer and exact locations to mount sensors? Thank!!!

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    • "Radar" Roy Reyer

      @Corepuncher you may have to cut out some slots in the grill but would mount under front bumper outside the stropes. As far as the jammer would go with either the Blinder or LI, both would work fine for you

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      • Corepuncher

        Thank you Roy. So you mean basically towards the TOP of the LOWER bumper?

        I am having a heck of a time even choosing a detector. I like the idea of 9500ix weeding out known false alarms based on GPS, but not sure about highway.

        I live in Norman OK…so not a big city, but decent sized town (100K). Take highway trips about once a month, but not too much more than that. So was thinking REDLINE for highway sensitivity.

        So it’s really a matter of does the redline false alarm so much more than the 9500ix as to negate the extra highway sensitivity for me? I don’t plan on getting a “subscription” to the 9500 because there are no traffic cams around here.

        As far as jammers, what is the probability that a cop would pull me over for jamming his laser? Are these situations simply passed off as a malfunction? Would my sports car make them think I might have jammer, pull me over and search? Thanks.

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        • "Radar" Roy Reyer

          Yes, top of lower bumper is where I would place them
          The Redline will have more false alerts than the 9500ix because of the 9500′s smart filtering capabilities
          You’re not going to lose that much highway range
          As far as being pulled over for having a jammer, you are in one of the states that they are outlawed
          Just remember, when it goes off slow down and TURN IT OFF so he can get a reading and reduce his suspicions
          You don’t want to be driving past an officer completely invisible to his gun

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          • Corepuncher

            What about that Veil product. I assume that is not illegal? I wonder how well it would work if I put it on my headlights and foglights. We do not have front license plates in OK. It’s much cheaper that’s for sure!

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          • "Radar" Roy Reyer

            @Corepuncher Veil is a good product to reduce your punch through rate and as far as I know it is legal as it is a coating. It is not 100% as a jammer would be.

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  27. HGParrish

    Roy,

    I just purchased an Audi S4, LI Laser Jammer, and the Escort 8500ciPlus. I have a few questions I’m hoping you can help me with.

    Q1.) The LI Sensors (3-1/8″L x 13/16″W x 9/16″H) fit almost exactly in between the front grill slots (3-1/6″L x 3/4″H). But understanding that the sensors have to be level and straight. is this enough room to install them there?

    The 2nd slide is the front grill – http://www.audiusa.com/us/brand/en/models/s4_sedan/photos_videos.html

    Q2.) Was thinking about placing the rear LI sensors under the trunk handle ledge above the license plate and in between the tail lights. What are your thoughts on that placement?

    The 4th slide is the best rear view –
    http://www.audiusa.com/us/brand/en/models/s4_sedan/photos_videos.html

    Q3.) For the rear LI Sensors………..Do you think 1 sensor is sufficient or should I get two?

    Q3.) I’m thinking the Escort 8500ci Plus is basically the same level of performance as the 9500ci less Auto Learn and the Z4 Laser Shifter package. I’m hoping I’m accurate in that assumption as there are very few reviews of this system. And the 8500ci Plus is only $800.

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    • "Radar" Roy Reyer

      @HGParrish Thanks for your questions:
      1: As “long as they are level and straight”, yes install them there. Typically I use double sided 3M tape to do these type of installs
      2: Placement on the rear sounds good also. Remember that at 500 feet the beam is 18″ wide
      3: Cut out an 18″ circle and place the center where you plan on placing the sensor. This is the area it will cover. Make sure that you are covering your most reflective areas: ie license plate
      4: I have not done a review of the 8500CI yet. Check out the Bel STi R Plus, a few dollars more but based on the same platform as the 9500CI

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      • JimmyC

        Admin,

        You answered Q#3 with “Cut out an 18″ circle and place the center where you plan on placing the sensor. This is the area it will cover. Make sure that you are covering your most reflective areas: ie license plate”

        Based on that response, a quad head system would seem the way to go, correct? I’m on a budget and was about to buy the standard dual head system from your site. However, it sounds like the front area would really need 1 unit by each headlight, and 1 in the center for front plate states, correct?

        The remaining single unit can go near the rear plate since getting hit from the rear accounts for only 3% of laser hits, correct?

        I’m trying to justify the additional $400 cost for 2 more heads.

        Thank you in advance for your wisdom.

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        • "Radar" Roy Reyer

          When you’re placing the 18″ circle on the front of the vehicle check to make sure that the most reflective parts of the vehicle are covered, such as the front plate, headlamps and grill. If you have a large profile vehicle you may need 3 or 4 heads.

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  28. stas

    thinking of buying li.but what about new laser ally police gun .is that true on youtube that it cannot be jammed.any sugestions how not to get ticket from laser ally.thank you.

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    • "Radar" Roy Reyer

      @ stas The 1st models of he LI, Blinder and several other jammers could not jam the LA, but there have been updates to the firmware and this is no longer a problem

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  29. JimmyC

    Hey Roy,

    Can you give us examples of what your best recommendation would be for these products:
    1. LI Dual
    2. LI Quad
    3. LI HP Dual
    4. LI HP Quad

    Maybe with some car size examples like Prius (ha!), Malibu, Charger.
    Ford Escape, Trailblazer, RV.

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    • "Radar" Roy Reyer

      Typical passenger car – LI Dual
      Typical passenger car front and rear protection – LI Quad
      Larger profile SUV – LI HP Dual
      Larger profile SUV front and rear protection – LI HP Dual front and rear
      SEMI Truck Front- LI HP Dual front

      Great question JummyC

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  30. stewie

    G-day Roy
    I am thinking of getting a LI, I have a Nissan Navara 4×4 with crome bullbar , Could you tell me the best place to mount the heads
    Regards Stewie

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    • "Radar" Roy Reyer

      @ stewie – Very cool truck! Looking at the photos if there was enough of an opening next to the headlamps I would 1st try to install them there.

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  31. R LOPEZ

    Does L1HP need firmware up grade if only 7 months old?.Heard about new laser gun laser ally.

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    • "Radar" Roy Reyer

      @R LOPEZ I would go to the LI site and see if there is a newer firmware update just to be safe. The new firmware will address the LA

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  32. Radar Roys Rating
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    I think with the new LI out and the laser ally being jammed by it, LI sits at the top as being able to defeat any new gun that does come out. With the HP model its even better.

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  33. a video of the LI gen 8 against the LA:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0qX8Y5AO_yk

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  34. imran

    I have a V1 radar detector already, I was wondering if it will work well with Laser Interceptor? (Will there be any conflict?)

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  35. stewie

    G-day Roy im having problems getting product (li laser jam )sent to Australia have perchased the blinder from you befor any reson for this?regards stewie

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    • "Radar" Roy Reyer

      I don’t sell stuff anymore and they have come down hard with restrictions in the US for dealers

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  36. Dave

    I am thinking of pairing the Escort Redline and the ZR4 together as I live in a not so friendly state for Radar detectors so I can be totaly invisable is that a good pairing?

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    • "Radar" Roy Reyer

      @Dave Depends – If you have a larger profile vehicle the ZR4 will not work, instead I would recommend the Laser Interceptor

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  37. Joe

    Hi Roy, Nice site and u-tube video, Question, can you provide a close up photo of the LI Laser Heads that need the unobstructed view, if you could, show a close up of the laser heads on your F-250 and how far they stick out from the grille, I have a 2011 Camaro and main grille is set back 3 inches from the front cowling, I think I have to mount them on the secondary intake grille that is flush with the cowling, but it’s only 10 inches off the ground, any advice??

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  38. john

    what is the best location for recievers and led (li 2 head laser jammer) to mount on the front of my fore f150?

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  39. mike pohl

    Will the heads on the laser interceptor fit inside the grille intake on the bottom of the front bumper of a 2010 Corvette GS

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  40. Roy,
    I have purchased the escort 9500ci and also the LI. Now on placement of the heads .Will they interfere w/ each other if mounted above one another or can I move the Escort heads below my headlaps and the LI’s in the center of the bumper intake 18 in apart from the lamps / opp the tag.

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    • You shouldn’t have any problems as long as you’re not blocking the front lens
      I would try spacing them out however to cover all frontal areas

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  41. Matt

    Roy, I have a C5 Corvette (pop up headlights) with the front plate inside the vehicle against the windshield at the same angle of the windshield. The front of the car is low observable, if using laser where would you shoot first?

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  42. gary white

    search “laser ally vs laser interceptor” on youtube it shows new laser ally LIDAR defeats laserinterceptor jammers, it clearly displays a speed on the black BMW, so apparently LI has no effect on this new laser gun

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    • Did you look at the publish date(s) on the video?
      If you’ve done your homework you would had seen that Blinder and LI have come out with updates that now defeat this gun

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  43. Gary

    I have been reading that both LI and Blinder have made a lot if improvements. In your ipinion as if today which us the better one. Since after your answer, I will be purchasing. Seems that all the comparisons out there are old. Thank you for your help. After your comparison between the V1 and the 9500 I bought the 9500 and love it.

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  44. William Van Epps

    I have recently purchased a dark colored Lexus IS-F. It is not a large car. I also live in Florida. I was considering purchasing the LI but was unsure if I should get laser protection for the rear. Would you recommend shifters for the rear living in FL? I have a 9500IX so I figure with the LI in front with the 9500IX for radar I would be pretty well covered.

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    • As 90% of all laser is shot to the front you only have a 10% chance of being shot from the rear.
      So it would be up to you if you want 90% or 100% laser protection
      As far as radar, sounds like your covered there, great detector

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      • William Van Epps

        Thanks Roy. Guess I need to get it sooner than I thought. Driving back from picking up my daughter in Daytona, FL today I got hit with laser on I-95 north bound by a Florida High Patrol. First time I have been hit with laser from a FHP. 9500IX picked it up right away but of course by that time it was too late.

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        • Up, FHP has been buying new stuff

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          • William Van Epps

            Hello again and thanks for your help. I am looking at purchasing the LI Quad through your website today. I signed up for your mailing list and recieved the 10% off code (very nice) plus free shipping and no tax (I live in FL). I just want to make sure that if I purchase it though your site that I still get the full warranty and lifetime updates through LI. They seem to be very picky about their resellers. Can you address this for me please?

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          • @William – We are affiliates of Radarbusters who are authorized dealers. So yes, you will have a full warranty when you use my link that activates the 10% off discount code and buy the unit on radarbusters. Drive safe and smart…

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  45. curtis wicker
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    Excellent website Roy; Kudos. I have a 9500IX that replaced my X50, I am looking at the LI for my Kia Sorento 2012. After reading this entire blog, i dont know if i have a place to mount it, complete facia assy. I have been accustomed to my X50 sound that I actually hate the IX. Do the IX and X50 run the same antenna, the same radar without the fluffyness? I mostly do HWY driving in car and Sportbike, would the Redline offer me the same detection proctection as the IX?

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    • Thanks Curtis the ix and X50 have the same antenna, what is different is the GPS capabilities (no fluff)

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      • curtis wicker

        Well, since I live in (Dreaded) Yuma and travel to Tucson, Phoenix and San Diego regularly, I think my best shot is the Redlide. Do you agree?

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  46. Ted

    Ok Roy we have made the move to Texas, but in the DFW Area so where will I mount the rear heads or head on a 2004 Ford Excursion, I can’t see a place that would work? Ted

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  47. Mark

    I’m considering a laser jamming system. I currently have an Escort Qi45 installed in a Honda S2000. The Escort laser jammers do not seem to be as well regarded at the Laser Interceptor (LI) system. Will the LI jammers be compatible with my Qi45 unit?

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  48. Mark

    What type of “fix” does Escort need to do with their Qi45 or ZR 4 system?

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  49. Al

    Roy: I have an 08′ Chevy Silverado 1500 LTZ. Would appreciate a front mounting location recommendaton for the LI, and will the standard version give me sufficient protection or do I need the HP? I can send a photo if necessary. thank you.

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    • In the grill, one on each side near the headlamps and center. The standard version will give you plenty of protection

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      • Al

        I have an after-market wire mesh grill. I know I can’t put the units behind the grill & I’d rather not cut holes in it. What do you think about mounting them in the recessed area of the lower bumper where the tow hooks are. Each unit would be 21″ diagonally down from the center of each headlite lens & 20″ from the center of the license plate. If I apply the 18″ rule I’ve heard you mention, that radius would catch about 5″ of headlite lens & 3″ of license plate. Will I get adequate coverage with that placement? Thanks for your help.

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  50. J.G. (thewiz666)

    I was seriously considering getting a ZR4 until I read this review and the various Blinder ones… now I have to determine which one to focus on. Damn.

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  51. J.G. (thewiz666)

    Does this unit have an auto shutoff like the Blinder 905, or is it something we’d have to address ourselves in real time?

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  52. Laser Elite LE- X2 What is your opinion on this Laser Jammer ?

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    • It is a Asian knock-off of the Blinder marketed by a group in Washington State.
      Basically it violates all US patents and the group that imports them lie about their relationship with the company. I will NOT test nor review this product

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  53. hamood

    Is this Laser Interceptor doing Jam for radars used in the Gulf States Especially in the Sultanate of Oman?

    Because radars take a picture from the back of the car not from front

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  54. jc

    Roy,
    I appreciate all your assistance. I’ve got one High Powered Quad LI on my Mega Cab 2500 4×4 with 5″ lift and have had no problems. Another HP Quad on a 2008 M5 and now looking to put one on an RV. I’ve viewed your video on the LI when your RV was set up and understand it was not necessarily a commercial setup. I’m probably going to get another HP Quad, and wondering if putting all 4 heads up front would work. The RV’s front is completely flat, like a big wall. Do you know what area a HP head will cover (15″ or more)? For example, instead of putting one actually on the side view mirror to cover this target, I would put it on the front end with an area of coverage to get the side view mirrors. Any other suggestions?

    Thanks

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  55. Caleb

    is the laser jammer water resistant when washing car and was the radius from were the radar detector start beeping.Does it detect even if the cops are hiding in the forest,bushes and other places.

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    • Yes the LI is water resistant

      Confused on the past part of your questions. These devices do not detect police cars, they detect police speed enforcement equipment that is operational

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  56. Max Nix
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    A very good combination even if the interface is not super easy to use.

    The components are well designed and executed and support is nearly instantaneous on most occasions.

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    Normally I do not learn post on blogs, but I would like to say that this write-up very forced me to take
    a look at and do it! Your writing style has been surprised me.

    Thanks, very nice post.

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  58. Tom

    When are you going to test the new # 1 Laser Jammer the AntiLaser Priority?

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  59. CIDSCIN

    Do these jammers provide 360° protection from laser? And if not is there a way to create such a system? Cause some of just wanna haul ass all the time?

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    • If you install a set of jammers to the rear yes.
      BTW, no such thing as 360 in laser. They can only shoot you coming or going. The side of the car would appear stationary

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  60. James Black

    Thanks for the reply Roy! Just shows you that there are a lot of websites that cannot be trusted! I have the upmost respect for your website! Anytime i want information on a product i go to your site! And i sure do not mind that you removed their link from my post! Due to your review i will purchased LI. One question i have before i do purchase is do i need 2F 1B or 2F 2B jammers on my car? I have a 2011 Elantra Limited. On the front grill there is chrome on top and bottom and little on the back. I have the Escort QI45 remote installed and was thinking about escort ZR4 jammers but the LI seems to be a lot better jammer! Am i correct in thinking this way? And i will purchase this from Radarbuster. Thanks James Black

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  61. Radar Roy

    @ James Black thanks James for your trust and support. Until Escort comes out with a fix for the Shifter I would recommend either the Blinder or the LI. Looking at photos now of the 2011 Elantra Limited, sweet car! 95% of all laser is shot to the front. The best protection would be two heads to the rear but looking at the rear profile I don’t see an easy solution for 2 heads. And for 1 I would recommend building some sort of mounting frame and attaching that to your rear plate, similar to the shifter

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