Special Thanks to Category4,
I got the chance today to shoot the Truspeed with category4. I wanted to see how my honda accord would hold up against it. I was impressed to say these least.
I let category4 take the first shots at my car. Center Mass was JTG, the drivers side headlight got punch-through at 287 feet and the passenger side head light was JTG.
We tried some rear shots, and unfortunately if you don't have your heads mounted far enough out to cover your tail lights, the Truspeed will eat you up
!! Punch-throughs were pretty bad on my rear.
Center mass the blinder did ok up too a certain distance. Once you moved over to the tail lights, it was like there was just NO JAMMER!!! The truspeed is very hard to detect, due to its tight 2.5 cm beam divergence. My blinders never even went off until I got past the 600 foot mark aiming at the tail lights. If my heads were spread apart alittle further and I had Veil G4 on the tail lights I would probably have a fighting chance.
In my opinion after shooting the truspeed, I believe it is one of the easiest guns to Jam, but only if your setup is installed properly and all heads are level. The Blinder had no problem jamming the truspeed from the front.
We also tested category4's quad LI's. We got JTG from all front shots except for one that was 74 feet aiming at the blinker from a angle. Rear shots on his corvette were pretty good until you started to aim toward the round tail lights. Punch-throughs on his tail lights were around 900 feet with the truspeed. Center mass shots on the rear were JFG. It is very important to keep your jammer heads clean after each run. Overall between the Blinders and the LI's, the truspeed is not a real issue compared to the stalkers and Ultralytes.