^ It's hard to do things without references!
But for RacerX
's setup, that's easy to search up, for anyone wishing to verify what I've said or will say below. It's nearly "infamous!"
To put it very clearly, and every easily, RacerX
's setup simply incorporates so many active countermeasures as to have insured that *ever* square inch of both his frontal as well as rear profile is more than sufficiently covered, in terms of receptive capability.
Indeed, his truck did carry a substantial amount of passive countermeasures - and this is evident by the fact that in the 2007 GOL
test as well as in subsequent independent hobbyist testing, his baseline reference numbers were so low - but the simple "ridiculousness" (in a good way!) of his setup truly has a lot to do with how many active defenses he was able to carry, in-part based on the fact that his vehicle (a previous-generation Toyota Tundra pickup) had so much available real-estate to serve as "ideal" mounting points.
Yes, there are others among us who fit into this category, too (happya$$
, myself, etc.), but RacerX
's case is probably the most widely known, and is among the originals.
And here, it is worth pointing out, again, that even with all of his active countermeasures, RacerX
's setup pays heavy attention to passive measures as well.
And just as importantly, and even more interestingly, look at the names of hobbyists that I cited two sentences up. Nearly all of us utilize passive measures, such as VEIL, too.