Blend mount w/ V1 radar setup. *pic*
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2009-2014 Cadillac CTS-V Appearance Mods Discussion, Blend mount w/ V1 radar setup. *pic* in Cadillac CTS-V Series Forum - 2009-2014; probably the first thing i did to my V. that blend mount is a great product. solid and durable....
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    Blend mount w/ V1 radar setup. *pic*

    probably the first thing i did to my V.

    that blend mount is a great product. solid and durable.


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    Re: Blend mount w/ V1 radar setup. *pic*

    please post more pics from all angles!

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    Re: Blend mount w/ V1 radar setup. *pic*

    yep! great radar mount! have one myself. well worth the money. No more stupid suction cups or velcro.....
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    I kept the suction cup mount because I can mount it a little higher where the rear facing sensor still has clear view hut the display is hidden from behind but still visible to the driver.

    But there's no denying the Blend Mount is a quality piece...

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    Re: Blend mount w/ V1 radar setup. *pic*

    Been using Blendmount for quite a long while in my V. When I do long family trips in the Mommymobile, I transfer it over because suction cups suck badly.

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    Re: Blend mount w/ V1 radar setup. *pic*

    I used the suction mounts to get it up higher and picked the power up from the interior lites in the ceiling which time out after a few minutes so I don't have to turn the unit off.

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    Re: Blend mount w/ V1 radar setup. *pic*

    The Invisicord will do that for you, too...

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    Quote Originally Posted by neuronbob View Post
    Been using Blendmount for quite a long while in my V. When I do long family trips in the Mommymobile, I transfer it over because suction cups suck badly.
    I find that if you have new suction cups and don't move them around, they'll stick forever...even in supercold temps...

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    Re: Blend mount w/ V1 radar setup. *pic*

    I have the BlendMount with a direct wire for a Valentine 1 in my GT-R. For my CTS-V, I have a BlendMount also, and am waiting on the direct wire option to become available with the, "Escort Live", feature (so that you don't have to use the coiled cable that comes with it).

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