Hey guys, long time lurker on this forum filled with lots of great info. Currently I have a 2010 (e90) BMW 335d. Great car and very fast without knowing. the diesel engine is very quiet, very powerful. At 80 mph its revving at 2k, you just hear a humming noise. I currently have a V1 for Radar and it works great, too bad in my area they use a lot of laser. I live in New York City and those NYPD Highway Patrol are beasts with laser. They park up perpendicular to the road and just shoot pull over shoot pull over all day. Its so easy for them, no challenge at all. I was recently hit with a 70 in a 50. My V1 went off and i saw him slammed on the brakes, pulled over right away. I figured i was going faster than 70 though so maybe the V1 may have helped, couldn't get a higher lock? who knows. Maybe the cop was nice and wrote me for that?
I am looking to purchase laser jammers. I dont think I want the Blinders, i'm pretty certain I want Laser Interceptors. They are on sale at a reasonable price so I am seriously considering it. The LI Dual is $500 and the LI DUAL HP is $1000. Big difference. I dont think i need rear jammers just yet. My problem is mounting. On a BMW I've seen many different mounting:
Behind the kidney grille - Does this work? I highly doubt it and won't try
Dremel Kidney grille - I do not want to take a dremel to my grille, plus i dont think it would look good.
Vertical in grille - This works but how effective for regular duals since they are meant to be horizontally mounted. Will it work? I know this would work well for the HP's because they are both vertical and horizontal mount but if i can save $500 i will.
Under headlight or lower grille - This area is good for horizontal but it is too low IMO, would this work?
Basically where to mount and which jammer to get? Can i get away w/ regular LI Duals vertically mounted in my kidney grille? This is what i want to do, will it work?
In my area the laser guns used arn't the latest and greatest...
I see there's lots of knowledge in this forum and i am looking to gain a lot! Thank you in advance for your responses.