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Old 08-12-2010, 05:47 AM   #1
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Front and rear mount radar detector

Has anyone ever attempted/sucessfully installed one on a sportbike before? When I say front and rear mount, I'm talking about Escort SR7 or something similar to that.. I know its an $800 radar, but It would be nice to have good detection for front and rear...
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Old 08-12-2010, 08:29 AM   #2
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i use a V1, it has detection on front and rear with arrows. the SR7 is also a laser jammer, hence the heads that mount on the front and back. go read some reviews about the sr7 laser jamming capabilities, you might be better off spending a little more and getting a much better laser jammer if you want it, or just go with a good radar detector first. the radar detector feature is good in the SR7 but the laser jamming is mediocre
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what are the stipulations of them paying for your ticket if you get one, like they advertise.
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Look at the the Cruisader with the heads up display.. has front and rear sensors plus wireless LED for the helmet. Worked pretty good on the Bandit.
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I have a cruisader installed on my suzuki. I posted my install a little while ago. I will look for it and post a link!!
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what are the stipulations of them paying for your ticket if you get one, like they advertise.
i don't think they advertise that they will pay for your ticket. anybody that knows anything about radar detectors knows that it's not a license to speed and it can't make you use good judgement about speeding or hit the brakes for you. the only claims i have heard about someone paying your ticket is rocky mountain radar and their unit absolutely sucks and you won't be able to get them to pay your ticket. they have too many exclusions
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Just posted the install...

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i don't think they advertise that they will pay for your ticket. anybody that knows anything about radar detectors knows that it's not a license to speed and it can't make you use good judgement about speeding or hit the brakes for you. the only claims i have heard about someone paying your ticket is rocky mountain radar and their unit absolutely sucks and you won't be able to get them to pay your ticket. they have too many exclusions
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Here is the write up I did on a K40 I put on my GSX650F. The system made it thought my wreck so I pull it off and ill put it on my next ride.

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No dui/dwi and like that.
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Nice.. thanks for all the info guys... I like the whistler crusader, pretty affordable too...
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