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This is a discussion on Valentine 1 review for those thinking of buying one. within the Interior Mods forums, part of the Tech & Modifying & General Repairs category; Catching up on my clubwrx reading... I know this topic is a bit old. One other thing to mention (an ...

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    Catching up on my clubwrx reading... I know this topic is a bit old. One other thing to mention (an annoying thing) is that the V1 picks up those aforementioned $70 detectors. Whistlers in particular.

    So for Whistler owners, be sure you're not in an area where they have 'detector detectors' - Whistlers give off a lot in the Ka band.

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    Lucky bastards with your radar detectors I hate VA, worst traffic laws ever, its illegal to have them here.
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    Originally posted by KanosWRX
    Lucky bastards with your radar detectors. I hate VA, worst traffic laws ever, its illegal to have them here.
    i got my bel 985 vector in the mail today
    Quote Originally Posted by DTR rex

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    Originally posted by ebr0t
    i got my bel 985 vector in the mail today
    Cool. You better post a review since that's one I'm considering. The V1 is a bit too expensive for me, and I'm still only thinking about possibly getting a detector.
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    Originally posted by Th3Franz
    Cool. You better post a review since that's one I'm considering. The V1 is a bit too expensive for me, and I'm still only thinking about possibly getting a detector.

    pick up the new motor trend... with the new stang on the cover i believe. a good radar test in there.
    Quote Originally Posted by DTR rex

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    for $150 cheaper, i'm satisfied with my passport

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    Originally posted by PlatinumWRX


    It is the MOST sensitive radar detector on the market and has even saved my ass from instant-on radar guns in the past.
    -Jim
    Just for reference, instant-on radar guns are faulty. They are extremely inaccurate (I can't spell). If you ever get pulled over for instant on, do some research on the web and show it to the judge.
    Never stop learning.

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