Ok so a friend of mine brought an interesting point to my attention about angle shots. Most of testing happens right from the side of a 2 lane or 1 lane road, or straight out right? Well many of the highways here have between 3 and 6 lanes, and of course the troopers are well off to the side and naturally are going to shoot you from an angle rather than straight on. I had a couple troopers shoot me and before I killed the jammers, they stopped, either because they got a PT or just got tired of wasting time trying to hit me and wanted to move on to other cars.
Needless to say it still raised concerned so I rented the Truspeed and took the car out to a good test road, but I parked myself at an approximate 20 degree angle. Sure enough I got a PT on my Driver Side HL (35mph @ 650FT!!!), 2 consecutive times. Everything else seemed to be JTG though.
I attached some pictures of my jammers from all different angles maybe the driveside diode is misaligned? Or is angel shooting just a big threat to me, baring in mind that the jammer heads are aimed straight ahead and can't shoot to the side.
I know LIDAR has the cosine effect too, and I will lose a few MPH on the reading, but if I'm doing 90 and I get clocked at 86 doesn't do me much good.
Any help (Cliff you out there?) would be greatly appreciated. See below.