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anyone no witch vfo for tram titan 2

Discussion in 'CB Radio Modifications' started by kj4mqa, Jul 25, 2009.

  1. kj4mqa

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    does any one out there know witch vfo
    will fit my tram titan 2 ?
    i have a siltronix model 80 it is the 5 on back.
    i tried it but nothing. i also tried the 3.
    id like to have on on it.
    any help would be great.
    73s kj4mqa bill


     

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    sometimes they use the channel 23 crystal slot for the vfo
    did you try it on channel 23?
     
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    According to the Original Docs from Siltronix, none of the VFOs will work on the Titan II, Looks like it requires 13mhz xtals so #1 is closest with 11.5-12mhz output or so.... Next is the #5 with 10.7-11.x or so... Not sure if either of those will quite make 13mhz without mods though.

    A Pal Model A is 11-12 and should tune 13 from what I recall. You can also hunt around for a Glenn Digital controller, or make something up. Crystals are a bit pricy now days, depending where you need to go may be an option. However you do it, the old Titan isn't very broad banded...
     
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    ch-23

    yes i did.
     
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    ok thanks

    ok thank you for the info.
    it has a home brew on it but it drifts.
     

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