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    Default Re: Does lean angle impact effectiveness of jammers on bikes?

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    Also consider the LI HP. It has 2 diodes per head, one that projects a beam horizontally and one that projects a beam veritcally. The standard LI only has one diode that projects horizontally.

    This could be beneficial in some situations...
    At $1000 for the HP vs. under $400 for the M27, I think I'll take my chances with the Blinder.
    Where is SS?

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    Default Re: Does lean angle impact effectiveness of jammers on bikes?

    Quote Originally Posted by Cauhauna View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by tick-tock View Post
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cauhauna View Post
    Also consider the LI HP. It has 2 diodes per head, one that projects a beam horizontally and one that projects a beam veritcally. The standard LI only has one diode that projects horizontally.

    This could be beneficial in some situations...
    At $1000 for the HP vs. under $400 for the M27, I think I'll take my chances with the Blinder.
    I would take my chances on the LI regulars instead of the HP before the Blinders. Just my .02
    I understand that LIs are regarded as better equipment but do you really think they are necessary, as compared to the Blinders, on a bike? I was thinking the small frontal area, and little in the way of reflective surfaces wouldn't need much to provide good protection.
    I wouldn't trust 2 blinder heads to protect my car's front end, and I wouldn't trust 2 blinder head to protect your bike front/back.
    A little extra coin now could save you big coin and paranoia down the line.
    I half assed it in the beginning with an LI Dual and after a while, I got paranoid about rear shots after other users in Atlanta got hit in the rear.. I had to reduce speed to 14 over or below when passing on-ramps or other potential rear shot areas, and never really felt confident.

    ..I'll be spending this weekend installing rear heads. They just came in the mail today. True story.

    Pay for an M27, and wonder if you jammed when you are hit.
    Pay for an LI HP, and know you jammed.

    You may not even need an HP. Contact Cliff, he'll let you know.
    You''ll always be wondering about jamming until you have your install tested. Blindly believing your unit jams effectively based on brand alone is both foolish and naive.
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    Default Re: Does lean angle impact effectiveness of jammers on bikes?

    The few times I've met a cop in mid-corner while riding "enthusiastically", they've been far too slow to even trigger their radars before I'm past. But our roads are usually much twistier than your average US road.

 

 

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