I have touched on this topic in the bike section as well as with some more elaborate and expensive installation questions.
In those posts, am I getting the sense that:
1) LEO risk - whether radar or LIDAR - is mainly to the FRONT? and
2) Even with sub par or negligible visibility to the rear, that the arrow system still works by measuring changes in strength on readings to the front antenna?
As stated in another thread, it is tricky for a V1 to get a good view in either direction but especially to the rear when used on a motorcycle.
Therefore, instead of killing myself over this installation, I am thinking of mounting the V1 in a weatherproof case, just under the nose of the bike, above the front fender.
In this case, the V1 would enjoy a clear, unobstructed (if a bit low) view to the FRONT. (Of course, the view to the rear in this case would be little to none, with the radiator directly behind the rear antena.)
Maybe that would yield the best circumstances on the bike? And take care of most of the traps?