I've hinted at it in a few threads over the past few weeks, so here it is. I've recently embarked on a multi-state expedition that covered, western MA, upstate and western NY, about 45 mins of PA, the entire northern portion of Ohio, and finally Indianapolis, IN. I stayed a very long weekend to enjoy the sights and sounds of the inaugural Indianapolis Redbull MotoGP race. I love motorcycle racing. Besides the downpours and wind on Friday and Sunday, it was absolutely awesome. Then on Monday morning, I drove back. I racked up over 2300 miles on my rental.
To make a long story short, I was not hit by laser once. WTF???!!!! My rx65 was on extended overtime though. There was nothing in Indiana. In Ohio, I encountered a total of 3 X-band and 2 K-band hits. There was only 1 X-band save. PA, nothing. NY state, wtf!!! Going to Indi, I had two very very long Ka-band saves. Coming back home, a whopping 18 Ka-band saves. Ma, nothing. CT, nothing. So in upstate NY, they seem to love the 34.7 Ghz Ka-band units.
Below are pictures of my single head LI install. Install time was approximately 45 minutes. Removal time was < 15 minutes. I have access to the wiring spec sheets for almost any automobile, so wiring the unit up to the ignition harness was no problem. My primary concern was leveling the heads and ensuring the wiring throughout the engine bay was secure.