If you check out the thread on the Florida Invitational, you'll see how my completely passive setup worked on the Prolaser II. Smallish car, black paint, black badgeless grille, and Veiled headlights resulted in the targeting range being cut down from around 2000 feet on normal cars to under 1000 feet on my car, PLUS Cbr was taking 3-4 seconds to get a reading, whereas he could clock other cars almost instantly.
Well clearly Veil has helped, but my center mass is providing enough reflection for a reading. I have Black Magic Pearl paint, which is a clearcoated gloss black with a very high level of silver metal flake in it.
Having seen a few cars like this on the forums, I'm thinking that a respray with this stuff might actual lead to near-complete (maybe even complete?) passive LIDAR stealth:
This is Hot Rod Flatz, a flat-finish urethane automotive paint. I love how my car looks, and I don't really have the money, or the heart, to strip my BMP off and replace it with this...but I now have this idea and the nagging question of whether I could have the one and only LIDAR-invisible car on the street...
What do you guys think? Professor? Veil Guy? Roy?