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    Default Escort Performace.

    I have read the reviews/results from SML 2005 and Guys of LIDAR websites. From what I gather the Shifter ZR3 is a good jammer. Reason I am posting this is because when I first joined the forum and posted that I have a ZR3, I got replies that said it is "crap." Someone please tell me what is wrong with this jammer?

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    Nothing is wrong with the ZR3. I think that it is almost as good as Blinder. Blinder wins in my opinion because it has the replaceable lenses and if you ever ran into Stealth Mode it would jam it.

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    Im personally going to buy a blinder because of all the hipe about it.

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    Default agree

    The zr-3 will do the job, I would prefer the blinder for longer life.
    If you go for it watch the direction of the trans' the bubble should be higher than the flat section of the trans.
    Mount it opposite and you'll have very poor performance !

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    "If you go for it watch the direction of the trans' the bubble should be higher than the flat section of the trans.
    Mount it opposite and you'll have very poor performance"

    Sebaru4wd, can you be more specfic about what "trans" means.

    How would I be able to make sure the jammers are 100% level?

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    Default trans

    trans is short for transceiver.

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    Quote Originally Posted by K03
    "If you go for it watch the direction of the trans' the bubble should be higher than the flat section of the trans.
    Mount it opposite and you'll have very poor performance"

    Sebaru4wd, can you be more specfic about what "trans" means.

    How would I be able to make sure the jammers are 100% level?

    The bubble your talking about is it on the front tinted area?

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    Default ok

    slowly,
    If you look from the side of the units (profile units facing right) then you will see a b shape or a p shape.
    Make sure you put them "p" shape.
    When you'll look closely you'll see what I mean.

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    Subaru4wd.

    I tried looking for the b and p shape. I was unable to find it. Can you offer you other advice on how to locate them?

    Thanks for the help.

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    *Crappy Pic Warning*

    I tried using the macro feature on my camera, but it didn't work so hot. Anyway, you should be able to see the "p" shape in this pic anyway.



    Ed

 

 

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