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Old 01-27-2011, 09:38 AM   #18
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New Package Deal!!!!

The long awaited Escort 9500ix is finally in stock....

This is the absolute BEST Escort 9500 IX deal you will find anywhere. We are the only Escort dealer offering a complete Escort 9500ix package with EVERYTHING you need to take full advantage of the 9500 IX's full capabilities. For one price ($499.99+shipping) you get the USB Cord (to connect the Escort 9500 IX to your computer, not normally included with the detector), the incredibly popular SCP Super Suction Mount (for use on any car) or the Camaro C6 Visor Mount, and the 8" or 12" Invisicord (to connect the Escort to your powered rear view mirror).


This is Escorts latest GPS Radar detector that LEARNS and blocks out false alarms. Also is programmed with all known speeding cameras.

Click below for more details (including a demonstration video on how the 9500 uses GPS to block out false alarms)and ordering info...

Escort 9500 IX

Want a second opinion, see what Popular Mechanics has to say about it...
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Old 01-27-2011, 02:00 PM   #19
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This has just been added to my list of things I want when I receive my tax return.
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Old 02-01-2011, 10:29 AM   #20
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This has just been added to my list of things I want when I receive my tax return.
I actually bought mine with a tax return a few years back. It's a very good investment!

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Old 02-18-2011, 09:07 PM   #21
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Again I ask are you an authorized dealer? I could not find u on there current list, according to them you will have no warranty if you buy fron a non dealer. I really am looking for the escort 9500ci but at the price of 1200 dollar plus I must have a warranty. Thx
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Old 02-19-2011, 03:14 PM   #22
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Again I ask are you an authorized dealer? I could not find u on there current list, according to them you will have no warranty if you buy fron a non dealer. I really am looking for the escort 9500ci but at the price of 1200 dollar plus I must have a warranty. Thx
Hey, sorry about that, I missed the question. We're definitely an authorized dealer for Escort, we have been for years. I went to the website to find it and show you, but, you're right we're not there right now. I'm not sure why, honestly, as we've sold hundreds of Escort systems as an authorized dealer (maybe because we don't install them? I'm not certain). I'm getting in touch with my guy at Escort to get that corrected. Sorry about the confusion. The website should be fixed on Monday to reflect that, as, again, we're definitely an authorized dealer and have been for years now.

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Old 02-19-2011, 09:02 PM   #23
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Ok then also pm me a good price for the 9500ix listed above to 94015
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Old 04-28-2011, 01:22 PM   #24
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New Package Deal!!!!

The long awaited Escort 9500ix is finally in stock....

This is the absolute BEST Escort 9500 IX deal you will find anywhere. We are the only Escort dealer offering a complete Escort 9500ix package with EVERYTHING you need to take full advantage of the 9500 IX's full capabilities. For one price ($499.99+shipping) you get the USB Cord (to connect the Escort 9500 IX to your computer, not normally included with the detector), the incredibly popular SCP Super Suction Mount (for use on any car) or the Camaro C6 Visor Mount, and the 8" or 12" Invisicord (to connect the Escort to your powered rear view mirror).


This is Escorts latest GPS Radar detector that LEARNS and blocks out false alarms. Also is programmed with all known speeding cameras.

Click below for more details (including a demonstration video on how the 9500 uses GPS to block out false alarms)and ordering info...

Escort 9500 IX

Want a second opinion, see what Popular Mechanics has to say about it...
http://www.popularmechanics.com/blog...s/4279971.html

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Old 04-28-2011, 01:54 PM   #25
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Is there anywhere you can hide it in the car?
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Old 04-29-2011, 11:25 AM   #26
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Is there anywhere you can hide it in the car?
A visor mount makes for a very low profile installation, but there's no completely invisible install method for the 9500ix that has been popularized. I'm sure, with some ingenuity, it can be done (I've heard of more than one person using a custom wiring and sensor kit and a dash tray to install it secretly), but we don't directly sell any popularized product for doing this.

Typically, if someone's looking for more discretion, we advise them towards the visor mount, which is pretty low profile and easy install that doesn't require any crazy customization work.

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Old 07-13-2011, 05:56 PM   #27
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The one thing it doesn't address is the deadly LIDAR. Still a cool unit tho.

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Old 07-18-2011, 01:00 PM   #28
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LIDAR's a tough customer. You can't really jam or detect a beam of light in the same way you can other forms of speed detection. Thankyfully, LIDAR's have caught a lot of flak recently for being inaccurate thanks to streaking, sweeping, and shaky hand motion. The specificity of the LIDAR system requires really precise control of the unit. A number of states that had switched to LIDAR--which isn't many yet, honestly--have had LIDAR based speeding tickets thrown out regularly because of the irregularity of the system as result of human error while using it. Still, fighting something like that in court's rough. I wish there were a fool-proof way to detect/jam LIDAR.

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Old 07-22-2011, 05:54 PM   #29
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Matt,

Living in Marietta you know all to well how prevalent LIDAR is in the area.

Have you guys worked with the Escort ZR4 Laser Shifter much?

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Old 07-22-2011, 06:34 PM   #30
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Matt,

Living in Marietta you know all to well how prevalent LIDAR is in the area.

Have you guys worked with the Escort ZR4 Laser Shifter much?

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I haven't personally used the ZR4 yet, but, my boss has and he swears by it. I contemplated mentioning it in conjunction with the LIDAR bit before, as it's probably the best bet for LIDAR, but I just don't have the personal experience with it yet. That being said, my boss uses a ZR4 on both of his cars, and he hasn't had a ticket--an amazing feat considering the way he tends to drive, just don't tell him I said that .
Yeah, again, that sort of shifter/jammer seems to be the way to go for LIDAR, and the reviews out there say the same, but even with these new jammers there are still punch-through points for all LIDAR (especially the types of LIDAR guns they use around Atlanta here). There's a good video review by Radar Roy for the ZR4 that makes it look very impressive, but I don't want to give any sort "this will jam all LIDAR" guarantees.
Like I said above, too, bare in mind the issues with LIDAR. It requires a very very steady hand and is known to give false reports and is worth arguing. That being said, some preemptive measures, like a ZR4 shifter definitely can't hurt. Even if they save you from just one ticket, especially based on our Atlanta-area speeding fines, they're worth it.

Here's that Radar Roy review of the ZR4:


Anyone else have personal experience with the ZR4? I'd love to hear some reviews from first-person usage perspectives.

Great question, too. Hope I could be of help in answering it!

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Old 07-22-2011, 06:39 PM   #31
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I have spent quite a bit of time on Roy's website and I have narrowed it down to the ZR4 or the Laser Interceptor. His opinion, and pretty much everyone's opinion is the LI is superior to anything on the market. I like the ZR4 because it works in conjunction with the 9500ix.

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Old 09-14-2011, 02:18 PM   #32
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Jim you sold me the visor mount and the 9500 for my vette is there a invisicord for the camaro or what do I need to do a clean setup like I have on my vette?
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Jim you sold me the visor mount and the 9500 for my vette is there a invisicord for the camaro or what do I need to do a clean setup like I have on my vette?
We have a Camaro visor mount, as well as a BlendMount for the Camaro. You can couple these with a Micro Invisicord (same thing as the standard one, just with a micro-sized connection specifically for the Camaro mirror) for a similar low-profile installation as you have in your Corvette.

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Old 09-22-2011, 01:37 AM   #34
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Jim,

Do you have a photo of the system mounted in a Camaro you could share?
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