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Old 04-20-2007, 12:49 PM   #41
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dude your asain and you dont know about radio waves, freq. and how it works? like andre said radio waves arent going to be hindered by color(remember when we used to use walkmans while our parents took use places, it never scrambled the signal even if your in a building right?). It wont be hindered by material as well, as far as lead goes you need a certain amount.
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Old 04-20-2007, 02:37 PM   #42
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This was a most informative post.
Thanks for the enlightening read, A 3 K
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dude your asain and you dont know about radio waves, freq. and how it works? like andre said radio waves arent going to be hindered by color(remember when we used to use walkmans while our parents took use places, it never scrambled the signal even if your in a building right?). It wont be hindered by material as well, as far as lead goes you need a certain amount.
lol i don't know much about police equipment. i would like to though

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dude your asain and you dont know about radio waves, freq. and how it works? like andre said radio waves arent going to be hindered by color(remember when we used to use walkmans while our parents took use places, it never scrambled the signal even if your in a building right?). It wont be hindered by material as well, as far as lead goes you need a certain amount.
Watch it, watch it now. There used to be the term going postal but now that Cho guys got it beat, better watch out before he goes Cho on you.
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Old 04-20-2007, 05:18 PM   #45
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Good info Andre, but tell us how we could beat a ticket if we are caught. There must be loop hole or something that the radar is not suseptable?

One more thing, I noticed that laser is not used at night time, why?
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Watch it, watch it now. There used to be the term going postal but now that Cho guys got it beat, better watch out before he goes Cho on you.
LOL atleast im not korean.... :laughing6 :laughing6 :laughing6
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LOL atleast im not korean.... :laughing6 :laughing6 :laughing6
Doesn't have to be Korean to be postal's or Cho's.
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One more thing, I noticed that laser is not used at night time, why?
My radar has gone off at night and shortly after I've seen cops pulling over the car they were targeting. The only reason I would think that they weren't used at night as much, is because cops have to look through a site at his target and proceed from there. In which case if he is targeting oncoming traffic means he would be looking at headlights the whole time....that can't be any fun. lol

Andre man... that really is some dope info!! Thanks man


Oh and I never knew they made radar jammers... only thought they made laser ones... Hmmm.... blackmarket?
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My radar has gone off at night and shortly after I've seen cops pulling over the car they were targeting. The only reason I would think that they weren't used at night as much, is because cops have to look through a site at his target and proceed from there. In which case if he is targeting oncoming traffic means he would be looking at headlights the whole time....that can't be any fun. lol

Andre man... that really is some dope info!! Thanks man


Oh and I never knew they made radar jammers... only thought they made laser ones... Hmmm.... blackmarket?
thats pretty much it, its not fun to stare at bright lights all nite. on side streets and service roads its not too bad, but on the fwy its different.
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