Re: [DML] Re: DeLorean radar detectors
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Re: [DML] Re: DeLorean radar detectors



 
 
Thank you very much for the information & your experiences on the radar  
detectors for the DeLorean. The DeLorean that I saw in the DeLorean  One 
commercial had a full stealth front and rear remote radar  detector...impressive & 
clean installation. I meet the owner while  on tour in South Carolina several 
years ago. His name was Donald Smith. He  was a film producer from Broadcast One 
productions and drove his DMC all over  the country. He said that detector was 
the best that he had, I don't know if it  was custom or something off the 
shelf.
 
 I have a Valentine One in each car, with concealed displays for  my BMW's 
from _http://www.stealth-one.com/_ (http://www.stealth-one.com/)  ...they  
display on the navigation screen. Any EE's want to design a radar system for the  
DMC's similar to the BMW's?
 
My other car is a different story...as people can see the detector in the  
window and there isn't any room to hide it above the sun visor etc. I've tested  
Escort's newest version and it doesn't even have full POP. At $900 it's over  
priced for the same performance of a Valentine One, and to boot,  I was  
pulled over for 115 mph in a 65 zone  (Vascar)...almost went to the  pokey on that 
ride.
 
I understand your frustrations with women driving Expeditions on your  bumper 
@ 90 mph. Today it was raining here in Maryland. I saw a clueless woman  
reading a book while driving 70 on the beltway, a "Minivan Mommy" driving  and 
yelling at her kids while they stuck their heads out of the window (as a dog  
would do), and a Nascar dad with just about every Nascar sticker on his bumper,  
doing 90 mph on the Wash Dc beltway.
 
Sincerely,
Mike Pack
 
 
In a message dated 08/19/2005 8:57:59 P.M. Eastern Daylight Time,  
copper_trace@xxxxxxxxx writes:


I used  to sell both Bell and Whistler radar detectors and when it 
comes down to  it, there is very little difference. The primary thing 
to look for is one  that covers the radar/laser bands used in your 
area.

Other then  appearance, buttons, talking, not talking, and different 
sounding alerts,  they're pretty much the same.

You don't need a ridiculously expensive  detector.

Not for nothing, but people around these parts need to slow  down. I 
get lil women in Excursions up my butt doing 90+mph in the SLOW  lane.





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