Veil G4 vs Laser Atlanta
This customer had Veil G4 on his head lights which he applied 2 coats of for each head light. I was shocked to see that the veil G4 did not perform as well on this vehicle compared to previous cars I have tested. Although it did give him alittle time to slow down from 1500 feet, but after that, not much time at all. Maybe if he had went with one coat only. Not sure why the punch-throughs happened so fast. Again it was a white car.:confused:
YouTube - Veil G4 Laser Test
Sounds like you answered part of your question right there with the color.
Be shocked all you want, but I'd recommend learning more about how to properly stealth out someone's ride (as a good starting foundation), because it sounds like there are some hot-spots on the vehicle "tested." These same hot-spots can/will undermine the performance of actives as well. (BTW, two coats is likely overkill).
My suggestion is to learn more about Veil G4 (and other passives) as you appear your postings are predominately related to Blinder or other actives, a little more balance (and understanding) would be appreciated (I assume TSI_WRX would have posted something similar, but since he has left, I'll have to bring his sense of balance). :motz:
I understand as you are a dealer for jammers, high(er) margins are tied to more expensive products like Blinder or other actives, but as I often tell Veil users, who can afford or who may have a laser jammer, as well, putting the two together really is the best combination.
Veil Guy :driver:
>1500 to just over 1000 ft PT on an LA amounts to at least a 33% reduction...Nothing shocking about that. Good luck with JTG without Veil on that vehicle. The color and shape are not conducive to being stealth without further treatment.
You're probably right VG. :biggrin:
Looks nice! I like the smoke look that Veil gives some headlights. Plus the protection it adds it unbeatable....Looks and protection! What else can you ask for????
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