Guys (and Gals),
Our staff made an interesting discovery this afternoon during an internal product field test.
Using both an LTI and an LZ1 we determined that we were picking-up a hot-spot from a late model Honda Civic. We quickly determined that the source [of the hot-spot] was not anything covered with Veil. The hot-spot was not always picked-up by the gun, but if was enough for us to want to investigate the phenomenon, further.
After several trial-and-error configurations we believe we located the "hot-spot"...it was the radio antenna that was fully extended above the driver's side windscreen.
When we retracted the antenna, the hot-spot disappeared and the punch-through distance noticeably fell when targeting the driver's side of the vehicle with either police laser gun.
We felt it an important enough development to make an announcement here. If you have such an antenna just be aware of the possibility of it contributing to your laser targeting profile.
This just goes to show: when it comes to being stealth, your are only as stealth as your weakest link; I believe, it pays to keep these things in mind when attempting to achieve a maximum stealth profile and a minimal residual laser cross-section of your vehicle or motorcycle.
Have a nice labor day holiday, all.
Veil Guy 8)