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Radar Detector - Which one should we install?


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I have a K40 systems in 997 and V1s in all our others cars. We have a new GTS being delivered this week and my question is simple. What should I put in the GTS? We are 70% Florida small city town driving and balance I95 and I4 interstates. We heard the new redlight cams are coming to our area. My daughter has managed to collect four DC stationary camera based speeding tickets and she has a V1.

Thank you

Richard

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I have a K40 systems in 997 and V1s in all our others cars. We have a new GTS being delivered this week and my question is simple. What should I put in the GTS? We are 70% Florida small city town driving and balance I95 and I4 interstates. We heard the new redlight cams are coming to our area. My daughter has managed to collect four DC stationary camera based speeding tickets and she has a V1.

Thank you

Richard

My friends and I own 5 V1's between us, and have been more than please with them. I've not tried a K40, as it wouldnt work for my application. I have hardwired the V1 with remotes in 3 vehicles, and just move the unit from vehicle to vehicle.

As for the tickets using a V1, The V1 can only warn you, and if yo don't heed the warning, or it is instant on and you are the first car, the V1 (or any other radar detecter) can't and won't help. 2 bits of advice, pay attention, slow down. :)

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I have a K40 systems in 997 and V1s in all our others cars. We have a new GTS being delivered this week and my question is simple. What should I put in the GTS? We are 70% Florida small city town driving and balance I95 and I4 interstates. We heard the new redlight cams are coming to our area. My daughter has managed to collect four DC stationary camera based speeding tickets and she has a V1.

Thank you

Richard

My friends and I own 5 V1's between us, and have been more than please with them. I've not tried a K40, as it wouldnt work for my application. I have hardwired the V1 with remotes in 3 vehicles, and just move the unit from vehicle to vehicle.

As for the tickets using a V1, The V1 can only warn you, and if yo don't heed the warning, or it is instant on and you are the first car, the V1 (or any other radar detecter) can't and won't help. 2 bits of advice, pay attention, slow down. :)

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I have the Cobra XRS R9G and it works great and is easily concealed. Here is their statement and a link for more information:

"The XRS R9G provides total protection and peace of mind with the new Super-Xtreme Range Superheterodyne™ Technology, detecting all 12 radar/laser bands with its super-fast lock-on detection circuitry. The unit provides maximum detection range and the best possible advance warning of even the fastest POP mode radar guns. It comes with a speed and red light camera GPS locator with proprietary, verified data for the entire United States and Canada. With the IntelliLink wireless connection and versatile mounting options, the driver can mount the remote anywhere inside the vehicle for discreet operation. It's simply the best detector money can buy!"

http://www.cobra.com/index.cfm?fuseaction=...p;category_ID=3

Dave

'08 Cayenne Turbo - Modified

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