Join Date: May 2006
Location: Springfield, Oregon (duh), USA
I'm one step closer to figuring this out.
When I chop the throttle real hard the detector make the "Laser" noise. It also does it if I really punch it hard. So, basically, any abrupt change in RPM makes it happen. If I smooooothly slow down or pull in the clutch and just use brakes then I get no false alarms.
Guess what happens when you pass a line of cars, top out at 90 or so and then pull back into your lane using engine compression to slow down? WHAAAAAHHHHHH... the detector screams in my ear giving every indication that I will be going to jail very soon. Now that I know what's causing it I'm not freaking out when this happens.
Should I be suspecting voltage? If not that then what? If so, what can I do?
I thought that I might reprogram the X50 to stop detecting laser but before I go pulling the tupperware off I would really like to have a plan in place in case that does not work.
Is there such thing as an in line voltage regulator?
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Hers: '06 Granite Gray