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    Default LI placement VW R32 - installers in LA?

    I am ready to drop some money on a LI dual at least for my car. I've seen so much laser used by CHP in the last few months going up north from Los Angeles that I need some protection. I've attached photos of the front and rear of my car. I'm trying to decide placement and if/where I could place the rear head/s and if I really need to get a quad LI or if I should do a dual with a single to the rear. The back of my car is quite flat, so it could be a problem with just one head, but I've never been hit or seen CHP shooting to the rear.

    I do not have a front plate or holder if it matters. I figured I'd get the front two somewhere in one of the three grille openings. Any help is appreciated, I'm not very knowledgeable with laser jammers!
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    Default Re: LI placement VW R32

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    Default Re: LI placement VW R32

    One head is useless, even for the best which are LI's. Get a quad, put two up front, two in the back. There will be many here who will be able to help you with placement. The front should be easy. Contact raddarob, he has a similar car.

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    Default Re: LI placement VW R32

    Geez Cliff. Do u ever rest? To the OP, I forgot to mention LI USA's customer service is second to NONE, regardless of what industry.

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    Default Re: LI placement VW R32

    try this setup on a vw

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    Default Re: LI placement VW R32

    Quote Originally Posted by Laser-InterceptorUSA View Post
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    That's what I'll end up doing to the front. But to the rear, how obvious is that going to be to LE? My car is gray, and won't I need to drill holes into the body? Ouch..

    Quote Originally Posted by SaltyinNJ View Post
    One head is useless, even for the best which are LI's. Get a quad, put two up front, two in the back. There will be many here who will be able to help you with placement. The front should be easy. Contact raddarob, he has a similar car.
    I don't know if I prepared to put down money on a quad. I might just do a dual and add another 2 to the rear when I have the $.

    Quote Originally Posted by radarrob View Post
    Perfect, thanks.

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    Default Re: LI placement VW R32

    welcome.

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    Default Re: LI placement VW R32

    Quote Originally Posted by vdub.:R View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Laser-InterceptorUSA View Post
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    Cliff
    That's what I'll end up doing to the front. But to the rear, how obvious is that going to be to LE? My car is gray, and won't I need to drill holes into the body? Ouch..

    Quote Originally Posted by SaltyinNJ View Post
    One head is useless, even for the best which are LI's. Get a quad, put two up front, two in the back. There will be many here who will be able to help you with placement. The front should be easy. Contact raddarob, he has a similar car.
    I don't know if I prepared to put down money on a quad. I might just do a dual and add another 2 to the rear when I have the $.

    Quote Originally Posted by radarrob View Post
    Perfect, thanks.
    I have my rear like that and its actually less obvious than when there were two heads above the license plate. You don't have to drill holes either:
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    Default Re: LI placement VW R32

    Finally, another .:R guy realizes that the LI is > *. You're on Vortex, no? Your handle seems familiar.
    2008 VW R32 Deep Blue Pearl (same name on VWVortex)
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    Default Re: LI placement VW R32

    Just got my jammers, but couldn't spend the money on a quad set up. So who knows of any installers in the Los Angeles area?
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