The Passport Max 360 is Escort’s newest detector and this weekend we tested their newest 1.2 firmware version against a 5 radar guns on a four-mile stretch of the Sun Valley Parkway, just west of Surprise Arizona, between mileposts 124 to 128.
You’ll notice that during these videos that we are not using Escort’s Sticky Cup mount that is supplied with the detector. This is because we were also testing several other detectors during this test, so we could have all the detectors we tested in the exact same location on our windshield.
Escort Passport Max 360 Radar Test
Forward Facing Testing
We began our testing 4-miles west of the radar guns location and after passing, we turned around to test the Passport Max 360’s rear facing antenna.
Here are the results from our front facing test:
Kustom Signals Golden Eagle 35.5 Ka-Band Test – 10,500 Feet
Applied Concepts ATR 34.7 Ka-Band Test – 15,700 Feet
MPH Bee III 33.8 Ka-Band Test – 14,000 Feet
MPH Z-25 K-Band Test – 16.100
Dacatur Genesis VP K-Band Test – 14.600
Rear Facing Test
During the rear facing test, the Max 360 was able to detect all of the radar guns over 2-miles away.
If you’re interested in reading our full review of the Passport Max 360 along with other testing videos of the detector, please click here.