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thestaton
12-01-2005, 10:24 AM
Well, after selling the EVO i'm moving on to my next new toy a 1JZ MKIII Supra. Little easier on the pocket book, and is the first car I can ever just pay cash for :)

I'm thinking VEIL is all I really need on this car however why not go all out :) I have 2 blinders right now, but I'm thinking about putting those for the rear, and maybe to new antilasers up front along with VEIL :)

http://www.d-rail.com/supra/supra.jpg

SmaartAasSaabr
12-01-2005, 11:26 AM
Yeah stealth the HELL out of that car! :D :D

two M40's, one for back one for front AND a pair of antilasers too. :D

crazyVOLVOrob
12-01-2005, 01:56 PM
if thats the car you'd only really need 1-AntiLaser especially with veil and front plates not being required

Mackid343
12-01-2005, 05:38 PM
Well, after selling the EVO i'm moving on to my next new toy a 1JZ MKIII Supra. Little easier on the pocket book, and is the first car I can ever just pay cash for :)

I'm thinking VEIL is all I really need on this car however why not go all out :) I have 2 blinders right now, but I'm thinking about putting those for the rear, and maybe to new antilasers up front along with VEIL :)

i'd say put your blinders on there and you'd be good to go. you'd probably get a punch through @ like 200-300 feet or less with veil only, why not get some JTG's if you can?:) never hurts to be extra careful. plus when you have to put up your headlights at night, you'll need the extra protection of the blinders.

EuclidJr
12-06-2005, 12:01 PM
In that same vein, I'm trying to figure out how many jamming units I need on my car. Pics of the car's twin (mine is same color, etc.) are below. I will not be running a front plate (in violation of Texas law, I know). The car is dark and narrow and the headlights themselves are small (although the openings are substantial). So I don't know if I should do 1 in the middle or 2 - with 1 under each of the extreme portions of the grill.

As for the rear, the reflectors are each just about the width of a blinder unit (4 inches), so I could put two back there (the reflectors are just that, they aren't powered) - but would that be overkill? And would I be better of with one right near the license plate. Also, the exhaust/muffler runs straight across and behind the rear panel - will heat be an issue for a jammer unit?

Finally, if I do two front and one back, is there an M-30? Or a way to create one? It seems that the Blinders are sold only in pairs. I would consider waiting for the AL-6, but with an uncertain wait and laser being used in this area, it's more risk than I really want to take.

Thanks in advance for any suggestions!

Rich

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Mackid343
12-06-2005, 09:26 PM
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that is one freakin sweet car *drool* :D . i'd say get an m20 for the front (put one on either side of the grill as close as possible to the headlights) and some veil for your headlights/turn signals. as for getting an m-30 you can contact roy about getting a 3rd head when you order. i plan on doing this for my white car so that i will have better protection around the license plate and for both headlights. it will cost a bit more but the main unit has connections for 4 heads so that you can upgrade the number of heads if you want

Mackid343
12-06-2005, 09:34 PM
speaking of how many and where...heres my idea of what to do for my car. whaddya guys think? (the little red areas are where i was thinking of mounting. i believe its less than 18 inches to the headlights from the unit

http://bjorklundcentral.com/html/pictures/tn_HPIM5258_JPG.jpg