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Old 01-20-2013, 04:19 PM
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For you guys. Looks pretty neat Valentine One Radar Detector Mount I was looking for Diablo model, but they only make for Gallardo.
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Old 01-20-2013, 10:58 PM
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Ray, use a V1 visor clip instead, easy to move from car to car. Their suction cup mounts stink. And pick up the remote display for more stealth.
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I love that blendmount. I use a blendmount on my Escort in my DD, and I use a visor clip on the passenger side in my G for the Valentine.

I used to have my Valentine blendmounted in the G but it was too distracting/too close to my face.
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I love that blendmount. I use a blendmount on my Escort in my DD, and I use a visor clip on the passenger side in my G for the Valentine.

I used to have my Valentine blendmounted in the G but it was too distracting/too close to my face.
Bumping this thread up.

Can anyone provide info on the blendmount for the Escort 9500ix or Passport Max (do they make it for the max?)

I have both but am currently using the 9500ix with the suction cups to the right side of the rear view mirror.

Any info would be appreciated. 2013 Spyder
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+1 for my passport Escort 9500ix
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+2 for my passport.
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So glad I saw this thread. The suction cup mount on the V1 sucks. It is always falling off. Just ordered this.

I should have full protection now. LI High power laser jammers, and the v1 lol.
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Bumping this thread up.

Can anyone provide info on the blendmount for the Escort 9500ix or Passport Max (do they make it for the max?)

I have both but am currently using the 9500ix with the suction cups to the right side of the rear view mirror.

Any info would be appreciated. 2013 Spyder
They do not make it for the Max yet. That is what I run in my car.
I am using the suction cups for now. I was told 2 months before the release of the max blendmounts.

I bought the blendmount for the Gallardo and was going to use my 9500 in the g until the new mount came out but it is not even close to working in my car.
I think the one for the VW bug of all things will work but not sure.
Anyone want to buy a non fitting escort blendmount?
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