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Old 07-05-2006, 02:38 PM   #1
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Rocky Mountain RMR-8RD Remote Radar/Laser Detector


Specifications:
Detects radar bands (X, K, Ka, Ka superwide); detects all laser radar
Advanced Micro-Scan provides 100% POP protection
Smart-Scan?reduces false starts
Adaptive laser tracking for better laser performance
Detects all laser speed devices (LTI 20-20, Pro-Laser, Laser-Lyte, Stalker)
VG-2/VG-3 undetectable, selectable VG-2 detection
Detects safety alert and safety warning systems
Mute/City/Highway settings
Front and rear sensors with control panel
2 AUX outputs for expansion modules
Includes all hard wiring accessories

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Never heard of them..

Looks a tad boxy though.
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No, never heard of that one. I've got Cobra (I think). All I know is it works well.
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Nothing better than a Jammer.
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Mine has cloaking coverage so they can't tell I've got a detector. It works for me
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Mine has cloaking coverage so they can't tell I've got a detector. It works for me
yup same with my Whissler
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And this thing can have a Remote Laser Scrambler added on to it.

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16882636008
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I have an Escort passport 8500 I think and detects from very far away.
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Escort is one of the top units out there. They even make a small version that the military uses for air-to-air dogfights for use at the fighter weapons school.

This is a great site to check out:
http://www.radarbusters.com/default.asp
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Too bad my Valentine One owns all of those.

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