I was driving on the NYS Thruway in the fast lane in my Civic Si (RX65) yesterday and I got a small blip of Ka, I tapped my brakes and slowed down to PSL, so I moved over to the slow lane. I then got another blip and then it stayed constant on. The guy behind me had a Escort 8500 X50 and he kept speeding past me. After he got a few hundred feet ahead of me, I saw him hit his brakes, but it was way too late as the LEO by this time was already in plain view.
So considering we have close to "equal" sensitivity radar detectors, and his was mounted properly right below the RVM, I picked up this LEO way before he did and he would have been screwed if the LEO decided to pull him over for doing 75ish in a 65. He got away this time, but it made me wonder, did my RD cause interference to his RD and that caused his delayed reaction to the LEO?
The reason I mention this also is because I tried running both my V1 and RX65 together when I noticed the V1 would stay quiet while the BEL was Ka9, if I turned the BEL off and then the V1 off then on, it would alarm full Ka alert. This experience taught me why they always say don't run to RD's at the same time in the same car, but I wonder how far is far enough away to get solid detection without the other RD having problems.