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Old 10-21-2006, 06:34 PM
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can somebody help me find a site with detailed instructions on the various possible mods for this radio and also i was wondering if someone could send me schamatics for the radio as well as how to build my own roger beep.


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Old 10-21-2006, 09:42 PM
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hey Snack dude ? your 29 is basically a 29 with a few extras other then that ,it's basically the same as any other 29 , you should find what you need right in this section of threads. Anymore questions , feel free to ask.

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thank u so much for helping me, just lemme make sure i am understanding what your saying, according to you, mods for a cobra 29 ltd or cobra 29 classic or a cobra 29 gtl will work on my cobra 29 wxnwst?
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as far as I know , yes . You can just check the numbers to the numbers you will find in the mod's you might find. if things should not look the same to you ? just keep asking questions before you attempt to do anything.

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I have a 29 wx nw st, and yes, all the mods I have done to it were from the 29 classic and gtl etc mod pages. Everything I have done from swing kits to the final upgrades all worked great

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Best mod I ever did on my 29 with weather band was disable the weather band! LOL. The damn weather kept bleeding in the background on AM. I tried a bunch of different ways to filter it out, but finally said F it!

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This is good to know. I have a "Cobra wx nw st sound tracker night watch" on the shelf that some one gave me. Looks like brand new. How much of a name do they have to put on a radio?

Really I am thinking of using this radio as a bench test radio. Add varible power, expand the frequency, ect. Untill I find me a good ssb rig.

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Well, just opened this one up to check out the PLL chip.

This is what I found on the chip:
Cobra
29LTD 0445
11600-00

New one on me. Seems things has changed over the past few years.
I remember the older ones having the UP2816P and the older 29XLR having the 858.

Goingto have to research this one.

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