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I just purchased a Valentine One http://www.valentine1.com/ and from all the reviews that I've read on all the forums and online reviews, it's the best radar detector money can buy. I'll post more info when I get it in the mail and installed.

I'm going to be hard wiring it into the GTO so I don't have a cord running all the way around the place. Can't wait to get it!

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Only good for highway use, cops now have radar they shoot when driving so you still won't be able to get an accurate reading in town :agreed:

Good thing Cali is all highway lol :D

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my friend had a valentine1 radar. its the SHEEEET. worked great man. actually, correction. 2 of my friends had them. one of them had an SLK230 and the other had a G35

I've heard so many great things about them, just the price, and I'm fond of Cobras

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I've had my V1 for about 5 years now.

It has saved my ass so many times on long road trips from South Florida to Gainesville/Jacksonville.

If the X band (gas stations, alarms, supermarkets) gets too annoying in town, read the manual for how to turn it off or at least change the mode to ignore it.

I hardwired the V1 in my Grand Prix. I ran the power wire from under the dash, up the a pillar, and tucked it away in the headliner.

The power plug is attached with velcro to the back of the rearview mirror so that no one knows I have a radar detector when it's locked in the glove box.

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