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post #1 of 33 Old 06-07-2006, 06:33 PM Thread Starter
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Coming Soon- Motorcycle specific radar detector

6/19 UPDATE- still on backorder, cancelled order, Escort solo is working for now.

Coming Soon- Motorcycle specific radar detector with optional wireless helmet display (like the HARD unit.) Maybe avail. starting 6/12/06.

Not cheap but small $299.99 when avail. $50.00 extra for helmet display. EDIT- ad says free helmet display with order.


http://www.crutchfield.com/S-xtJLqOi...dar+detect or

Worry no more. Whistler's Cruisader radar detector the first system built specifically for motorcycles has you covered. It not only delivers all of the features you've come to expect from a radar detector, it packs them into a convenient package that's easy to mount on your bike.

The console itself measures in at just over two inches across, Worry no more. Whistler's Cruisader radar detector the first system built specifically for motorcycles has you covered. It not only delivers all of the features you've come to expect from a radar detector, it packs them into a convenient package that's easy to mount on your bike.

The console itself measures in at just over two inches across, allowing it to fit just about anywhere you need it to. But, despite its compact size, the Cruisader's blue, backlit LCD delivers text warnings that are clear and easy to see at arm's length.

Add the optional in-helmet display for front-and-center alerts that you can't miss. A flashing LED light in your peripheral vision warns you of radar or laser signals without disrupting your view of the road. The Cruisader's water-resistant design withstands inclement weather, and the built-in temperature gauge keeps track of conditions while you're motoring around.

The Cruisader offers complete coverage of all laser, radar, and safety radar bands. POP Mode compatibility protects you from the short burst radar systems that other detectors can't handle. VG-2 cloaking renders the Cruisader invisible to radar detector detectors. You get a high gain lens for accurate reception, with 360-degree protection that can detect signals from the front, sides, and rear.

Three city modes help to cut down on false alerts when you're traveling in a congested area, while highway mode ensures complete protection. The Alert priority feature helps you sort out multiple signals by indicating which is more important.

Sorry, but we cannot ship radar detectors to Virginia or the District of Columbia.


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motorcycle radar detector
text alerts displayed on backlit LCD
round, gauge-style design
detects X, K, Ka, Ka Photo, and safety band radar, laser, and VG-2
POP mode detection
alert priority
three city modes
optional wireless in-helmet display available
vehicle battery meter and temperature gauge
VG-2 radar detector detector cloaking
warranty: 1 year

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I'm tempted to order one now. Real tempted.

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I'm gonna be all over that like a fat kid on cake

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Not a big fan of Tom Cruise anymore but I had to say, "what the fugg" and ordered the thing.

They said they expect to get some to ship on (including mine I think) monday 12th.
Free shipping and helmet display so $299.99 total.

Will review when I get it. Guess it hardwires since it has vehicle voltage display.

One good ticket I guess. I can justify almost anything bike related to myself.

Hope I get it in time for the Orlando trip (if it happens.)

I can get my Escort Solo onto the stem mount but it annoys me- this should work well and allow me my gps too.

Otherwise it is radar on stand and gps in tank bag and both kind of annoy me.

Such a long straight drive out of SoFlo though, little extra comfort of radar should be nice.

Sarah Palin and friends can call it a snow machine all they want but Yamaha, Polaris and Bombardier plus the related magazines all seem to call them Snowmobiles.

Snow machines create snow on ski slopes. Just sayin'

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24mins since posting that I was tempted and posting that I ordered it. :headshake

Still need rearsets and.........

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huh, well that looks cool, i'd like to see if its as good as a escort 8500 or valentine. if so, i'll get one.

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I'll be able to compare it to the escort solo laser/radar.
I think the sunpass lane has radar to display your speed as you go through the toll.

I think it will be good just because it will be wired in and always there/on.

I just hope I can find a cool place to put it or I may have to make it detachable and ruin that whole plan.

We'll see, there is always return or ebay if hate it.

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Was in the garage and found this 2" dia container that is just about 1 3/8" deep.

Info says display console is just over 2" across. So depending on just how much over 2" it is, and how deep, it should be easy to place.

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didn't i see that one on ebay already!!
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