After having learned a bit from a lot of the resident experts here, I just got my 4 head LI installed, by my excellent audio maven. The unit is still not activated, as I am waiting for the three-way switch, but I wanted to get input about the placement of the heads, before I start counting on its correct function.
Front of the car:
Front Heads are located in the only logical place:
They are level in each plane, but quite recessed:
The rear of the car (you can see the tail lights in the top corners; note the lights in the license plate recess):
The units are mounted low, in the vents immediately adjacent to the central tailpipes:
These are pretty deeply recessed, as well:
So, my questions are:
1. Are the sensors optimally located?
2. All bubbles are 'out'. Is this optimum?
3. Is the amount of recession of each OK? My audio maven makes the good point that any targeting would be so far away that the path would be almost parallel to the road surface, and would therefore not be blocked by the deep placement of the heads.
4. Any other suggestions?
5. I have asked on another thread, but anybody near NorCal who is an expert with a Lidar?
Thanks for your input!