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    Default Veil needed? / Right for me? and more

    I live in NC. My vehicle has no front plate, nor even a place for one.

    I drive a Black Dodge Dakota R/T. Using a escort 8500 x50 ATM.

    I have only seen laser in use once here. They had an officer on the overpass aove I 85 in gastonia, lasering drivers in the back. Im not sure how much laser is even used here. Wondering if i should use veil or not, ad how effective it would be on my vehicle.

    What about laser protection from the rear? With a big fat tailgate, is it even worth protecting my six?

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    Yes. You need a jammer too.

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    Veil should be extremely effective on a black car with no front plate, particularly if there isn't much or any chrome. I don't treat the rear because the way Veil works it wouldn't do much good. It is extremely effective at long range but has trouble close-in. Since a rear shot would occur from distances within a few hundred feet I don't think it would offer any protection.

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    No chrome on the truck, save the wheels.

    Having 5.9 R/T stamped all over it doesnt help with the LEO's.

    Kind of why I am wondering about the laser protection. Just looking at the truck screams "Hi I speed".

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    definately get veil and a jammer. could you post a picture or 2 of your truck so we could see what would be best for it? no chrome = good

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    Definetly use Veil its pretty cost effective protection and it lasts quite long.

    I would hold off on the jammer purchase. If you check the Jammer board there's some exciting new entrys into the market and lots of trash talking.

    Wait for the GOLs to do some tests and for the dust to settle.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Borsig
    very nice. Veil would be very effective on it.


    P.S.- put some Flowmaster on that baby

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    Flowmasters? lol.
    It has:
    Reprogrammed PCM
    52MM TB
    FIPK
    MPH headers
    Gibson from the couplers (true dual)
    M1 intake
    Mopar cam
    MSD box

    The pic is from the dealers website when I bought it

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    very nice. but ohhh man, if you had true dual Flowmaster 40 series, with the 5.9L, wheww that would sound killer . now im not basing gibson at all, but their just too quiet for me . but it looks nice, auto or manual?

 

 

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