I am already tired of the boring argument that the difference between a 9500CI & V1 is like comparing apples to oranges.
Today on my way out of town, I would like to prove to you that any comparison is indeed VERY VALID, and you should take NOTICE. As I've said before at heart there primary mission is to DETECT RADAR.
Today after about a mile of getting onto I-64W my 9500CI alerted strongly to 33.8 and I coasted down to the legal speed limit. Then as the ramp up is dying down, I get another hit and it goes back to full strength. All this while my incredible freak 3.813 V1 is quiet as a church mouse. Once I could visually see the officer and noticed he was running FORWARD FACING 33.8, that's when the V1 finally ALERTED. When I was in the Kill Zone.
So why did I post this in the GoL section?
Because I've already heard the zombies screaming that during our mini radar test we used a non-real world scenario. When in fact the primary purpose of the test like everything we do in GoL is to make things as hard as possible for what ever product we are testing. In return you find out what performs the best in the absolute worst case scenario. Today I would like to think an officer setting on the crest of a hill shooting forward facing 33.8 is a pretty WORST CASE.
What say you Zombie?