As promised...here are a few shots of my custom mounts and the installation. I have the Cheetah Wireless kit but still need to wire the AudioNode in my car so I don't need to use a power outlet. Unfortunately, finding a simple power source and ground has proven to be very difficult on this car. The wiring under the dash is nearly impossible to get to or understand unless you're an electrical engineer. There was a time when it would have taken me all of 10 minutes. Now I have to start a research project!
Anyway...here's the pics. The mount is made from Delrin. The four holes in the corners serve as a relief for the pocket and also where you insert the four mounting screws. There's a slot milled through the bottom (barely visible in photo) in case the sensor ever gets stuck inside.
This next shot shows the rear where the relief for the wire has been cut. The block needed a 14 degree angle milled to offset the mounting surface so the unit points straight ahead.
This shot shows the assembled unit. Note the nylon tipped set screw in the side of the block.
Here's a shot of the sensors installed. You may need to enlarge the picture to see them better. Note the Veil on my headlights...LaserShield on the plate.
Here's a closeup of one of the heads. The shape of the car causes an optical illusion. The heads look like they are pointing inward and down but are actually pointing straight and level.
The guy who made the mounts for me said he would do more for anyone interested. Of course, each car is different so they would need to be modified to taste. It would bring the price down a bit too as making two parts as I did got expensive...but hey...it's a 350Z!