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With the wireless fitting kit you will definitely be able to instal the Blinder yourself.

The point of the WFK is to enable a complete novice with zero expericence of car electrics to fit a jammer quickly and safely.

The main benefits of it being wireless is that you don't have the hassle of any complicated cable runs, you don't have to fit the buzzer behind your dash, and you don't have to put holes in your dahs for the LED and toggle switch. (as an aside this makes it great for lease cars as you can remove the wireless jammer really quickly and there are no sign left at all.)


The WFK also includes a little power gizmo that you attach directly to the car battery terminals. It works 99% of cars and it only turns on the jammer when you start your engine up. Turn off your engine it it cuts power to your battery. It keeps the battery protected from running flat and it means you don't have to worry about finding somewhere safe to cut into your car electrics for power.

When you're doing it - if you have any questions just post on here or PM me and I'll help.

Good luck and let me know how you get on.

P.S. if this is your first jammer, be prepared for the adrenelin buzz when you first encounter a lidar gun for real. (or maybe that's just me!)


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Al,
Thanks for the info! I suspected that the reaction time of the Blinder itself wasn't impacted and it was only the announcement piece. Your info confirms that at tells me that it won't impact my ability to slow down in a timely fashion.
I had been pricing installation, and it was coming in around $200-$250. I think I may do it myself.
If I get 2 more laser heads (sort of making it into an M45) and install them in the rear, does the installation get more complicated?
My Blinder is scheduled to show up early next week, so I will find out then exactly what version of the WFK I have.
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If I get 2 more laser heads (sort of making it into an M45) and install them in the rear, does the installation get more complicated?
Nope. Just run the cables from the rear heads to whereever you fit the Blinder interface as you would normally. All Blinder heads must be connected to the Blinder control box. then you plug the wireless kit into the Blinder control box as well and away you go!

The wireless kit avoids you having put the Blinder control box inside the car. If you can plug a USB lead into a computer you can fit a blinder with a wireless fitting kit.


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My Blinder M25 just came in. It was bundled with the Cheetah CH01-WFKC02 WFK-CAR. It looks like it includes the stealth node with key fobs as well.
I will see about getting it installed and let you know how it went. I contacted the folks at Meggamaxx last week, and may let them do the install. I want to make sure all of the cables are tied down appropriately and that the pods end up in a good mounting position.
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make sure they are level and have a clear line of sight.

Don't let them be fitted behind the radiator grille.


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