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Old 05-16-2005, 01:38 AM   #1
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That stuff looks rather official.....Like no BS.....I've heard of Rad-X before....Problem is that it'* not a high enough concentration of it though to make it worth it....But 12 bottles for 20 bux anin't bad.
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Don't waste your money. A radar detector (or two ) will go alot further towards protecting you.
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I'm alreayd there...in the truck...lol
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Proven to reduce Police Radar Detection by up to 13% (one application) & still outperform other car waxes
i would love to see the test results for that

almost like that redneck on the radio that waxed his blue camaro er something
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Proven to reduce Police Radar Detection by up to 13% (one application) & still outperform other car waxes
i would love to see the test results for that

almost like that redneck on the radio that waxed his blue camaro er something

Bid.....48 bottles....I figure I will just dump it all over my car. A 1" thick coating should keep them away
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I don't think 13% will help much
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Ok... even assuming they could put something in the wax to absorb radar.... it would have very little effect. Maybe taking the beam from 100% down to 99.99%

Radar reflects best off metal, I doubt a polish/wax could do anything.
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Ok... even assuming they could put something in the wax to absorb radar.... it would have very little effect. Maybe taking the beam from 100% down to 99.99%

Radar reflects best off metal, I doubt a polish/wax could do anything.
It can....it would have to be appiled really thick for it to be really bennificial. Their talking 13% at a normal coating which is like what? A zillameter think.
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