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    Hey guys do you have any thoughts on where i could put a blinder on my hayabusa? I want the best jammer out there!!!

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    You can put one jammer head under the headlight and another under the brake light. This works on most bikes, but I know on some sport bikes this does not work because the suspension could possibly damage it from what I have been told.

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    Im pretty sure i can find room for 4 units 2 in back and 2 in front would this do any better at all then 1 front 1 back? And what does jtg stand for? And has that al6 thing been relesed yet

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    JTG is Jam to Gun.

    2 blinder's on the front would be better than 1 for jamming.

    The AL6.5(Laser Defender in the USA) should be out soon. I'm guessing in the next month or so.

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    and who will sell the al6 in the states it looks like it may be better than the blinder stuff

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    A single head front and rear will work fine.
    M-40 on a bike overkill.
    If you are looking for a proven laser jammer the M-20 is as far as you need to go.
    Give Roy a call it's that easy.

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    Actually, one blinder on the front may not be enough. At SML, they were tagging bikes with jammers by clocking the riders helmet...

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    If you move the gun around enough, you will pick up a reading.
    The closer you get the smaller the beam.
    They don't put that much effort into a speeding ticket, the next guy is right behind you without a jammer.
    Most guys aim for plate or headlight and bikes are hard to pick up anyway.
    I still say the M-20 will do the trick.
    No do not put one on your helmet, remember STRAIGHT and LEVEL.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sethy
    Actually, one blinder on the front may not be enough. At SML, they were tagging bikes with jammers by clocking the riders helmet...
    so are they going to start training the police to take headshots? lol

 

 

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