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Installing a Laser Jammer

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I'm thinking of installing a laser jammer in my '06 Boxster - either the Blinder M25 or the Escort ZR4 (whenever it becomes available.) The laser heads will have to be mounted in the radiator grills on either side of the front bumper and I'm not really sure how to run the wiring from in front of the radiators to the inside of the front trunk. I just don’t see any convenient way to route the cables. Does anyone have any experience with this kind of install or know where there are some good directions on feeding those wires? I’m hoping there’s some easy access point and that I don’t have to take the bumper off or something.

Thanks for any help,


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Hi Rob,

Although not the same laser jammer, you may find some of the pictures here of laser jammers installed helpful. The transcievers are all roughly the same size. Laser Jammers.



Usually you can follow an existing wiring loom is the easiest way to trace cables? I hope you find this helpful and best of luck with our laser jammer installation!

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this topic got me interested on laser jammers so I started doing some research for myself. They apparently protect again laser guns and speed cameras. Didnt know you can get laser speed cameras? Im a bit outdated and cant keep up, anyways l will share a small paragraph i found with you all ""Laser Jammers are a device which produces a light beam of its own. When you car is target by a laser system, the laser guns receiver cannot recognise any reflected light off your car, therefore can't get a clear speed reading."" source: http://www.radarsdirect.com.au

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