Category: Net Radar

Testing the Best Custom Installed Radar Detectors of 2019

Radar detectors mounted in my grill

Time for some more radar detector testing! This time let’s test out all the best custom installed radar detectors. Which ones offer the best performance? Let’s find out! To test this out, we headed back to the red barn course to run the gauntlet with 7 different radar detectors against 33.8, 34.7, 35.5, & K …

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Uniden R7 Long Range Testing vs. R3, Max360c, Pro M, V1, and more

Radar detectors to test and radar guns

It’s time to test out the new Uniden R7! The Uniden R3 has established itself as the best performing windshield mount radar detector on the market. The updated R7 not only adds arrows and several other new features, but its performance should be able to meet or exceed that of even the R3. To test …

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Uninstalling Everything From My Miata

I’m going to trade my Miata in for another vehicle, but before I do so, we need to uninstall everything out of the car! Everything from radar detectors, laser jammers, dashcams, batteries, power cables… everything. 🙂 Here’s the full video of the uninstall so you can see everything that I have been running and where …

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Remote Radar Detector Test Results, Feb. 2018: Escort Max Ci 360, Radenso RC M, Net Radar DSP, Stinger VIP

Last weekend I had a chance to go out and compare all the top remote radar detectors from Escort, Stinger, Radenso, and Net Radar. They’re all really capable and long range detectors and personally I think the most important differences have to do with things like BSM filtering, how the lockouts work, the interface, price, …

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Spectre Elite Undetectability Testing vs. Remote Radar Detectors

Spectre Elite vs. Remotes in grill: Stinger VIP, Radenso RC M, Escort Max Ci 360, Net Radar DSP

If you need a stealthy and undetectable radar detector, a custom installed and hidden remote mount radar detector is often the way to go. There’s nothing on your windshield for police officers to spot and the top remotes feature special stealth technology to make them undetectable to radar detector detectors. How undetectable are they? Let’s …

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How To Set Up & Configure the Net Radar DSP Radar Detector

Set Net Radar DSP settings website

Let’s take a look at the different settings and options in the Net Radar DSP remote mount radar detector to help you configure it for optimal performance, reduced false alerts, and customized to your preferences. For more information about the NR DSP, watch my Net Radar DSP review video.

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Radar Detector Testing: Uniden R3 1.30, Redline EX, Radenso RC, Stinger VIP, Max360, and more…

33.8 Results Chart

This weekend I met up with @meismyname to test out some of the newest RD’s and firmware updates, specifically including the Uniden R3 fw 1.30, Redline EX, and Radenso RC. I ran them against most all of the other top contenders as well, both windshield mounts and remotes. Let’s see how they did.

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New Long Range Remote Coming: DSP Net Radar

DSP Net Radar

So the cat has been let out of the bag. 🙂 For those of you guys who are loving the new high performance Uniden R1 and R3 but prefer remote mount detectors, Net Radar is currently developing an updated remote RD that is promising to offer long range performance and effective BSM filtering like the R1/R3 …

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The Benefits of GPS in a Radar Detector

Radenso XP and SP

Many higher end radar detectors include a GPS chip in the detector. Some detectors even come in two separate models, one with GPS and another without. Some detectors lack a GPS chip built-in, but they offer Bluetooth capability so you can pair it with your phone, run an app, and use your phone’s GPS to …

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Remote RD Testing, Dec 2016: Stinger VIP, Net Radar, Radenso HD+, 9500ci, STi-R Plus, STi-R O

This week @Dukes and I met up to do some remote radar detector testing. We had at least two of all the top remote RD’s and tested them on 33.8, 34.7, 35.5, and K band. We also used two different courses over three days so it was a LOT of time spent testing. 🙂 It’s a …

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