NickRon06: cq cq cq dx this is BARRY MILLER i got my wheel chock and boat anchor radio
workin whats my qsl
Raymond Ybarra: Service after the sale is excellant , thank you .
csxmanindiana: I bought a 440 used and the thing to convert it was in the middle one
sideways. What does that mean and I done what you showed and I just wanted
it converted to CB. I hooked it up in my big truck and no come back on CB
channel 19 so I hope that fixed it
hamtalker2007: i got mine from gi joes south of lexington ky they a dealer and it is a
51nw: always a stupid comment from a dumb ham!
paraglidermx: You npc-rc it.
SuperTruckerTom: Nice Watt meter. Did you get the optional NIST calibration after you built
the kit or did you buy it already assembled and calibrated. For Z28 Google
it. It also is a great tool for setting up base antennas.
hamtalker2007: i am starting to like mine i just bought one today
MATTATTACK JR: I just bought a Stryker 447HPC. Will this be the same on mine or is there
more differences between the 2 besides colors?
cbrepairguy: @D0cTerG0nZ0 Not all but a lot are... The trick is on the set up.
cbrepairguy: I bought it assembled and calibrated. I didn't bother with the NIST cert.
The meter was enough as it was..
BNut86: can you do a review on the ss-158edx
D0cTerG0nZ0: are all 10 meter mods this simple thanks
slowandlowcelica: @cbrepairguy If you know of anyone that has bought the digital vector meter
and has the capabilities to actually use the lpc5 coupler. Tell them do not
buy and use it in line all the time. I have lost my 32 pill and 24 pill
after adding this into the system. I bought mine put together straight from
site. Tell them to keep using birds. It is a nice meter but can not with
stand the high power as claimed.
gatesmw50: @cbrepairguy Well I would be REAL Careful about turning up the DC input
supply voltage. You should have a good accurate 10 meg ohm input resistance
digital multimeter, not some 20,000 ohm/volt meter. You may THINK you are
at 14.9v but it could be over 15 volts with an analog multimeter. Otherwise
you'll end up with a nasty surprise. AND for 110 watts versus 90 watts PEP
SSB output no one listening to you will know the difference. Nice video
bluejay148: thats a sweet radio there
shawn putnel: @cbrepairguy how do i get alold of you im in fort worth texas!!! shoot me a
DANMAN: Not feeling the digital watt meter. Flat topping for sure, but its CB, so I
tend to actually agree with your comment that it may still sound great.
Greg Libby: Hello Doug I have picked up a STRYKER 440 H.P. And I would say Mine is at
Stock settings about 35 to 40 watts output... No matter where the Power is
set at. I would like (YOU'RE MOD) Done to My Stryker How Much does this MOD
RUN?? And how do I get the radio to you? Thanks Greg
fordbroncodave: thanks doug, 302minnesotadave
Mr. Bob: Hi! I own a Stryker radio, even when I dim the blue lights, it's still to
bright. Do you know how to shut it off, or maybe put a switch on the back
to turn it on/off? Thanks, Bob
shawn putnel: @cbrepairguy well what is your 20 out there im in fort worth texas email me
csxmanindiana: @csxmanindiana I fixed it. The jumper goes on the left and middle
shawn putnel: i have a 490 and would love for you to be able to get mine over the 150 it
does now can you?
csxmanindiana: On CBtricks.com the say to convert to CB goes on the left and center? Which
aa9g1: I don't think 99 watts on 11 meters is exactly legal, but on the other
hand, we've got CBers running over 1 kW (1,000 watts) here in my hometown
just to talk across the street!
cbrepairguy: I can get more than 150 out of it for you.
csxmanindiana: Out of the box what is the watts and how much can you get out of it
Raymond Ybarra: I recieved my radios rci 2950 o/s, stryker-sr-447 hpc and galaxy dx 2547
base station. you did an excellent job. thanks a lot ! my friends say my
radios sound very loud and clear. again thanks !
shawn putnel: @cbrepairguy
cbrepairguy: I will try to do one for you.
oney135: what would that radio cost with the mods you did to it
Barry Miller: 4 watts, legal limit on 11. That's why 11 meters is so trashed up and you
have to have 1000watts.
PittmanLegacy: Alright, Im not too knowledgable about this kinda stuff.. But, From what
I've been told this Radio will not work on regular 40 CB band? How do I get
it to work on that band? Thanks.
cbrepairguy: Out of the box you will see about 50 watts of swing. With the mods done you
will see about 80 as I have set it. This will last as this power I don't
like to go a lot higher because of heat.
davidhinson1: i didnt know a 440 will do 100 watts i though they will onley do 70 watts .
but i got a 490 it will do about 150 watts
hamtalker2007: you must be a ham operator to, i love how easy it is to convert that radio
i may buy me one
cbrepairguy: @rbybarra60 Thank you..
Marzinno Lembo: I have an original 440 HP non MOSFET .i believe it has a Motorola final in
it.after taking it out of storage for a while in now hums whenever I key
up.how can I tell if the final is blown?The needle in the meter does move
like it should when keying.And I did have a noise toy put in.But it was
always loud and clear.Any help??
Raymond Ybarra: You do a great job on my Stryker 440. The radio sounds great!
Brian Kellner: @PittmasLegacy you need to have it on band D. That is what a normal 40
channel CB radio runs on. And make siure it is on am
Chef de NYC: Thanks! I'm more info ultrasound type of work. I learn most of the stuff myself online. Just only recently start looking for a school to make things "official". Hehe