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    Speed Demon
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    Default New detector equals max and v1 in range

    Speedzones did a private test of cobra's latest spx 7800 GPS detector and it equals and exceeds the max and v1 for range.

    of course no one believes what speedzones says anyway here.

    or R/R for that matter !
    Last edited by Buckdarma; 10-19-2013 at 02:10 PM.

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    Default Re: New detector equals max and v1 in range

    It's in a video from a cobra representative in the NBC shopping channel btw.

    or one of those shopping channels..

    here..

    http://www.shophq.com/
    Last edited by Buckdarma; 10-19-2013 at 02:08 PM.

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    Default Re: New detector equals max and v1 in range

    Not possible right?

    Everyone knows Cobra is junk... Right?

    Quote Originally Posted by Buckdarma View Post
    It's in a video from a cobra representative in the NBC shopping channel btw.

    or one of those shopping channels..

    here..

    ShopHQ | Your Online Shopping Headquarters

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    Default Re: New detector equals max and v1 in range

    So why did you post it, if it is not true? And trust me, I do not need to go watch anything that says a Crapba will beat a V1.

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    Default Re: New detector equals max and v1 in range

    Quote Originally Posted by fire65 View Post
    So why did you post it, if it is not true? And trust me, I do not need to go watch anything that says a Crapba will beat a V1.
    I was being facetious myself. Why did YOU even comment on the post if you have no interest in the info whatsoever? Just to be a Cobra basher and rundown "crapba" detectors of course. What a surprise.

    The posting was for people actually interested in this info.

    If you aren't then don't even post here.

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    Default Re: New detector equals max and v1 in range

    Quote Originally Posted by Buckdarma View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by fire65 View Post
    So why did you post it, if it is not true? And trust me, I do not need to go watch anything that says a Crapba will beat a V1.
    I was being facetious myself. Why did YOU even comment on the post if you have no interest in the info whatsoever? Just to be a Cobra basher and rundown "crapba" detectors of course. What a surprise.

    The posting was for people actually interested in this info.

    If you aren't then don't even post here.
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    Default Re: New detector equals max and v1 in range

    You can't find this test anywhere else but since you have no interest whatsoever in "Crapas" then move along please..

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    Default Re: New detector equals max and v1 in range

    Quote Originally Posted by Buckdarma View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by fire65 View Post
    So why did you post it, if it is not true? And trust me, I do not need to go watch anything that says a Crapba will beat a V1.
    I was being facetious myself. Why did YOU even comment on the post if you have no interest in the info whatsoever? Just to be a Cobra basher and rundown "crapba" detectors of course. What a surprise.

    The posting was for people actually interested in this info.

    If you aren't then don't even post here.
    I guess I will post as I see fit. Just because you got banned at the other place does not mean you run this forum. OH, and I am a Cobra basher and always will be.

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    Default Re: New detector equals max and v1 in range

    Quote Originally Posted by fire65 View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Buckdarma View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by fire65 View Post
    So why did you post it, if it is not true? And trust me, I do not need to go watch anything that says a Crapba will beat a V1.
    I was being facetious myself. Why did YOU even comment on the post if you have no interest in the info whatsoever? Just to be a Cobra basher and rundown "crapba" detectors of course. What a surprise.

    The posting was for people actually interested in this info.

    If you aren't then don't even post here.
    I guess I will post as I see fit. Just because you got banned at the other place does not mean you run this forum. OH, and I am a Cobra basher and always will be.
    Children will be children. Strawman arguments. Try to be civil with your posts if this is possible.

    The v1 LOST the test you have no interest in seeing BTW

    The cobra tied the max

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    Default Re: New detector equals max and v1 in range

    Come on guys! Let's keep things civil. Shake hands and be friends please.

    Thanks!

    Cliff

 

 

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