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    Default new stealth tracker radar gun!!!!!!

    scearhing the net i came across this....http://www.stealthtracker.com/
    A Speeder confidently hurtles down a city street protected by his new $400
    radar detector..... in less than .25000 of a second you make his new toy
    worthless!


    Anti-detection low power Rhythmic - Pulse microwave technology makes
    your radar beam invisible to radar detectors !

    The innovative impact resistant ABS construction combined with the
    convenient "quick snap on and off" shoulder strap make this unit very
    lightweight, durable, and ideal for motorcycle and bicycle patrol.

    Average operation time on a fully charged battery is not less than 8 hours,
    so your patrol shift is uninterrupted due to low battery conditions.

    Directional selectivity allows targeting any vehicle on the road.


    NEW Rythmic-Pulse Radar Technology
    defeats radar detectors!

    Digital Signal Processing

    Directional Selectivity

    Adjustable Range

    Doppler Audio

    Battery or Corded Power

    Lightweight Shockproof ABS case

    Speed Range 10 to 150mph

    does anyone know if this defeats any detectors!
    i say this is their version of pop mode!

    but do radar detectors overcome theses!!
    we dont have many radar guns here in the uk its all laser!!
    but out in the usa its radar heaven!!....

    i thought i'd tell you what i saw!!

    jim.

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    Wait... bicycle units running radar?! Not too much of a problem to run away from those

    I better check up on this... looks bad :shock:

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    Default .......

    i dont know if anyone else has heard of them.........

    you see because they look like a cheap company...... no one pays attention to them and they come up with anti detector radar and probibly have it running for years with no one knowing because they arnt a big name... so most rd manufacturers are just watching the big radar people!

    ie mph and lti kustom stalker etc and the little fish getaway!

    its theses non existant companys which appear and make life hell

    like stealth micro systems if it wasnt for theses we wouldnt have a rdd problem!

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    The company is probably a division of Rocky Mountain Radar. I would not worry too much.

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    I recall running across that before, so I think that's been out there for a while. I just checked, and it isn't IACP approved for police use in the US...
    Those are some pretty bold claims though. Maybe they're the RMR of police radar...

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    i'm glad to hear that!!

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    Sounds like a POP mode radar copy to me.

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    rythmic pulse.... hmm....
    Perhaps they could pulse the output to the tune of "Funkytown". Easy to identify it from a false that way

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    Quote Originally Posted by compu44
    rythmic pulse.... hmm....
    Perhaps they could pulse the output to the tune of "Funkytown". Easy to identify it from a false that way
    This is old technology and an old radar gun. The radar shop has been selling this gun for years now and it works on X band. It's NOT the same as POP mode and it's not even IACP approved. Cops don't like to buy non-IACP approved units, so I doubt anyone in a million years will run into this gun.

    Chris

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    Man that looks like a quicksilver radar gun!

    http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll...sPageName=WDVW

 

 

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