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For those of you who are using other brands of radios, I thought I would post up the race radio frequencies.

This should probably be a "sticky" since it comes up so often....

Bank 1 Freq. PCI RADIO PROGRAMMING

Channel Atr RX/TX Text

1-1 151-625000 WXMAN

1-2 151-715000 BFGRLY

1-3 154-980000 BJPITS

1-4 151-685000 NETWRK

1-5 151-925000 CHKRS

1-6 150-860000 FAIR

1-7 A 153-110000 YOKO

1-8 152-960000 CAMPNS

1-9 151-505000 CHCKR2

1-10 153.395000 BFGPT

1-11 153.380000 MAG7

1-12 B 155.160000 RESCUE

1-13 153.245000 CORE

1-14 151.775000 LCMOC

1-15 151.490000 BITD

1-16 154.515000 PCIRL

Bank 2 Freq. PCI RADIO PROGRAMMING

Channel Atr RX/TX Text

2-1 153.140000 AGAVE

2-2 153.620000 BECKER

2-3 153.185000 BECKER2

2-4 153.245000 DICKER1

2-5 151.580000 DICKER2

2-6 151.535000 EJR1

2-7 151.130000 EJR2

2-8 152.255000 GHANSEN

2-9 151.760000 HERZOG

2-10 151.670000 HOGMAN

2-11 151.175000 HUNT1

2-12 153.425000 HUNT2

2-13 153.680000 KOCH

2-14 153.350000 LICITRA

2-15 153.095000 LICITRA2

2-16 152.975000 MANGO1

2-17 157.500000 MANGO2

2-18 157.545000 MCGILVRY

2-19 151.580000 RJR1

2-20 153.230000 RJR2

2-21 150.950000 SMD1

2-22 151.130000 SMD2

2-23 151.855000 SMD3

2-24 152.165000 SMPUP

2-25 157.560000 SHEPARD

2-26 152.045000 SHEPARD2

2-27 151.370000 STARTS

2-28 151.250000 STARTS2

2-29 151.970000 TATUM

2-30 151.010000 C&C

2-31 151.415000 DUKES1

2-32 152.180000 DUKES2

2-33 152.285000 S&G1

2-34 153.185000 S&G2

2-35 153.245000 VOSS1

2-36 152.720000 VOSS2

2-37 152.870000 PROTRUCK

Bank3 Freq. PCI RADIO PROGRAMMING

Channel Atr RX/TX Text

3-1 153.725000 BALDWIN

3-2 151.790000 COLLINS

3-3 153.365000 ENDURO

3-4 152.585000 GREER1

3-5 154.490000 GREER2

3-6 151.000000 GORDON1

3-7 151.520000 GORDON2

3-8 157.650000 HERBST1

3-9 157.695000 HERBST2

3-10 152.990000 HERDER

3-11 152.425000 JEFFRIES

3-12 152.105000 JONES

3-13 152.585000 RAGLAND1

3-14 152.615000 RAGLAND2

3-15 157.815000 RAGLAND3

3-16 157.845000 RAGLAND4

3-17 156.255000 RIVIERA1

3-18 153.515000 RIVIERA2

3-19 152.075000 ROBERTS1

3-20 151.135000 ROBERTS2

3-21 154.615000 SESSA

3-22 153.635000 SKILTON

3-23 154.585000 SOURAPAS

3-24 152.315000 SOURAP2

3-25 153.035000 STEINBER

3-26 151.535000 TAYLOR1

3-27 152.330000 TAYLOR2

3-28 150.935000 VILDOSOL

3-29 153.455000 VOSBURG

Bank 4 Freq. PCI RADIO PROGRAMMING

Channel Atr RX/TX Text

4-1 153.020000 QUINN

4-2 152.900000 WILSON1

4-3 152.450000 WILSON2

4-4 152.855000 WILSON3

4-5 151.640000 JULSON

4-6 151.025000 MARKING

4-7 153.440000 WEYRICH

4-8 153.155000 FORTIN

Hope you find it useful.

Steve

Edited by SanDollars

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Just what I needed. Thanks

U DA MAN...

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thought I'd add some more info on MobilRadio

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Can a Race Radio be programmed for CB channels as well? I am fixing to install one in my buggy and my truck and was wondering?

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Can a Race Radio be programmed for CB channels as well? I am fixing to install one in my buggy and my truck and was wondering?

Negative...

CB frequencies = 27.000MHz

Race Radios = 150.000MHz

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I am getting an Icom race radio. Where can I buy a base station to put in my Pusher?

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Which of the radio frequencies are used at the dunes to talk back and forth? The sand 1-6 frequencies appear to be for use by anyone at the dunes. Would this be true and does anyone use these frequencies with PL's or are other frequencies not mentioned in the past reply's used such as one of the vhf itinerates used for simplex operation. The reason I am inquiring is that I am setting up two vhf radios between myself and my son when we are out at the dunes. Thanks for any replys.

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Can a VHF marine radio catch these channels?

I am looking for a simple hand held just in case I get stranded.

Wearing the headseats

A. make me get car sick and B. I like to hear whats going on with my motor and my rpms. I shift by sound not by my gauge.

I have a ICom VHF radio from my boat.

If not, does anybody make a hand held only?

Thanks!!!!!!

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Can anyone tell me how to program all those into my radio? I have the PCI system in the buggy and a base unit in the trailer.

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Can anyone tell me how to program all those into my radio? I have the PCI system in the buggy and a base unit in the trailer.

You will need two of these :thumbup: :thumbup:

I don't have the pci system but i had to program mine by hand and then i made a cloning cable for the radio in the trailer and it only took 20 sec.

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dont even know how to program them in by hand, PCI programed some in, but I dont think all the ones listed are in it.

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Can anyone tell me how to program all those into my radio? I have the PCI system in the buggy and a base unit in the trailer.

Which model do you have?

Many programming cables can be found on Ebay.

Sometimes software is avail from the manufacturer or perhaps an aftermarket source.

:hmm:

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Can a VHF marine radio catch these channels?

I am looking for a simple hand held just in case I get stranded.

Wearing the headseats

A. make me get car sick and B. I like to hear whats going on with my motor and my rpms. I shift by sound not by my gauge.

I have a ICom VHF radio from my boat.

If not, does anybody make a hand held only?

Thanks!!!!!!

Marine radios have fixed memory channels, you cannot change them and they are not in the frequency range we use in the dunes. Marine radios use channels set to frequencies that are mostly in the 156Mhz range, with a couple channels in the 161Mhz range.

Something else to know.....I found out recently that if you buy a 2 meter handheld radio with programability of memory channels, the radio would only transmit on frequencies from 140Mhz to 150Mhz. Although it would receive above 150Mhz, it wouldn't transmit above 150Mhz. This radio is the standard issue ICOM IC-T2H handheld, which is a great radio, but I quickly learned it wouldn't transmit in the 151Mhz range that we use in the dunes,, I was bummed.

No worries, I found a website that described how to expand the transmit/receive frequencies simply by removing two itty bitty diodes on the radio's PCB. I was a bit nervous about taking a soldering iron to my radio, but the radio was worthless to me in it's present form, I didn't have much to lose. The little diodes were so small (size of a pin head!) that there was NO WAY to reinstall them if this removal trick didn't work.... but it worked. The radio now works great from 140Mhz up to 180Mhz.

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Can a VHF marine radio catch these channels?

I am looking for a simple hand held just in case I get stranded.

Wearing the headseats

A. make me get car sick and B. I like to hear whats going on with my motor and my rpms. I shift by sound not by my gauge.

I have a ICom VHF radio from my boat.

If not, does anybody make a hand held only?

Thanks!!!!!!

Marine radios have fixed memory channels, you cannot change them and they are not in the frequency range we use in the dunes. Marine radios use channels set to frequencies that are mostly in the 156Mhz range, with a couple channels in the 161Mhz range.

Something else to know.....I found out recently that if you buy a 2 meter handheld radio with programability of memory channels, the radio would only transmit on frequencies from 140Mhz to 150Mhz. Although it would receive above 150Mhz, it wouldn't transmit above 150Mhz. This radio is the standard issue ICOM IC-T2H handheld, which is a great radio, but I quickly learned it wouldn't transmit in the 151Mhz range that we use in the dunes,, I was bummed.

No worries, I found a website that described how to expand the transmit/receive frequencies simply by removing two itty bitty diodes on the radio's PCB. I was a bit nervous about taking a soldering iron to my radio, but the radio was worthless to me in it's present form, I didn't have much to lose. The little diodes were so small (size of a pin head!) that there was NO WAY to reinstall them if this removal trick didn't work.... but it worked. The radio now works great from 140Mhz up to 180Mhz.

Which radio did you buy. What is the website where you found the info. Does it work with the PCI radio frequencies now?

I am not afraid of a PCB board.

Hook a duner up...Haha,

Thanks seaduner. I enjoy all your informational post's. :cheers:

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Can a VHF marine radio catch these channels?

I am looking for a simple hand held just in case I get stranded.

Wearing the headseats

A. make me get car sick and B. I like to hear whats going on with my motor and my rpms. I shift by sound not by my gauge.

I have a ICom VHF radio from my boat.

If not, does anybody make a hand held only?

Thanks!!!!!!

Marine radios have fixed memory channels, you cannot change them and they are not in the frequency range we use in the dunes. Marine radios use channels set to frequencies that are mostly in the 156Mhz range, with a couple channels in the 161Mhz range.

Something else to know.....I found out recently that if you buy a 2 meter handheld radio with programability of memory channels, the radio would only transmit on frequencies from 140Mhz to 150Mhz. Although it would receive above 150Mhz, it wouldn't transmit above 150Mhz. This radio is the standard issue ICOM IC-T2H handheld, which is a great radio, but I quickly learned it wouldn't transmit in the 151Mhz range that we use in the dunes,, I was bummed.

No worries, I found a website that described how to expand the transmit/receive frequencies simply by removing two itty bitty diodes on the radio's PCB. I was a bit nervous about taking a soldering iron to my radio, but the radio was worthless to me in it's present form, I didn't have much to lose. The little diodes were so small (size of a pin head!) that there was NO WAY to reinstall them if this removal trick didn't work.... but it worked. The radio now works great from 140Mhz up to 180Mhz.

Its called freeband or MARS/ CAP modification. Many radios can do it including most HAM radios. But be careful who you ask for info or tell you did it- some people get uppity...

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There's a radio out... that works really well for duners, off-roaders...etc.

However, it requires a little work to make it useable (removing the 'cap') in all the ranges most would like to use it in (however using it in this manner is a large fine!).... and to be a bit more legal a license for the operator using the equipment (not sure it matters at that point as your already illegally operating the radio).

(so please don't flame me for the legal/illegal portion of my post as it's not my responsibility to make sure everyone is legal or using legal equipment)

.... I think it'd be interesting to know how many duners or recreational users are "legal".

The YAESU FTM-10R is a KILLER -mobile- radio....

I now own 2.

One on my dirt bike.... and one in my truck.

If your not sure what they can do for you.... check'em here;

http://yaesu.com/indexVS.cfm?cmd=DisplayPr...mp;isArchived=0

An awesome radio, lots of features, and has a "line-in" for you that like music when your not transmitting or listening to others. Remote face that is waterproof and can be mounted anywhere... etc... etc.....

I'm making headset harnesses now to interface the radio to a helmet kit or a headset. For bikers and buggy enthusiasts. Should be available very soon.

Word to the wise... don't even bother with the bluetooth optional headset, as it picks up WAAY too much noise for buggy or off-road use. It'd work maybe in a quiet home or luxury car, where you can hear a pin drop. But nothing more. We've tested them... and immediately returned them.

I also use a handheld portable for when the mobile is just 'too much'. For example hiking, allowing someone in another vehicle to borrow and communicate when commuting, keeping in touch with camp...etc.etc.

That portable is a YAESU VX-170. Great handheld for very inexpensive pricing.

Both radios can be bought at Ham Radio Outlet (I'm sure there's one nearby if you look into it).

All the MARS cap expansion tricks are on the internet. And programming is made easy with available software or direct input.

Any questions... let me know.

Edited by JohnnyAirtime

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http://www.mods.dk/

For all of your radio mods!!

One other question, are these radios digital or analog?

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*kenwood* Dual Band Tm-731a, Is This Race Radio Compatible With A PCI Inter-Car? Options Track this topic

I was wondering if anyone has had any luck running a *kenwood* Dual Band Tm-731a Race Radio and if it's compatible With A PCI Inter-Car? radio with a PCI Inter-Car 4 place?

Also, what are the pros and cons of using this radio over a PCI?

Thanks in advance for any input.

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Oh.

I thought it was Radio Gnome Invisible were tuned into. No wonder no-one knows what I go on about.

DTB

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does anybody know if there is a freq to use if you need to get towed out of the dunes !thanks!

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Does anyone know of someone getting rid of a radio/intercom? I am looking for a setup for my family.....

I am looking for a used setup......

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