Well after 3 years of very satisfactory performance, an am begining to question if I may be missing some additional range. As we all have noticed that our parrticular units "face" plastic lens for incoming signals is slightly angled "downward", which can be in one respect a good thing so as to equal out dashes that slightly angle up OR windshield that cause the unit to angle slightly upward. I have my unit mounted so that the recieving plastic lens (I do not know what to call it) is perfectly perpendicular to the road ahead.
So what do I go by inorder to have it properly level? Thats 2-5-10 degrees what ever may be robbing me of performance. I am going to have to find me a radar speed sign and test.
So have any of you noticed this, and how did you mount, did you bother to take into consideration this slightly down angle? Is the horn inside parallel to the bottom of the RD units case, or is it slightly angled downward perpendicular to the recieving front face? Does anyone know what I am talking about?