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Discussion in 'General CB Services Discussion' started by 440denver, Oct 19, 2010.
keep it on 11, it isn't called a 1011 D(rifter) for nothing
The mod is easy. Look at the band switch. The ten meter side of the
band switch is wired a certain way. I can't remember the exact process
but wire the 11 meter side the same way.
Reverse the above and you got it.....
Keep in mind I had that radio back in the mid 90s ...way to many blurry evenings since then
I am sure there is several ways to make that mod work
Those are fun radios to run...and you do have to work that radio ..it is not a stable rig to say the least,but if you have a Siltronix frequency display you can set it so that you can track your drift ,not hard to do...
They are tough rigs to...Get the M2057 tube ( get the shorter tube and it will fit inside case..get the longer one and you will have to drill a hole for the tube cap)..The M2057 tube would add about 50 to 75 watts over the factory tube and not be stressing the other systems in radio...No need to run a power mic with it,the factory shure mic had a good solid sound
I wish I still had my old 1011D.... was the good old days for me :tongue:
join the group.
the database on mods is HUGE, a lot of good people on their that can help you unmod that transciever.
tube conversion is done with a low cost 6lb6, diagram and instructions are also on the yahoo siltronix group.
stability, once it is aligned correctly, 15 to 30 minute warm up it is pretty stable. the key is alignment.
I have a few 1011d and c's in the collection, and yes I work 10 meters with them, great RS reports, non amplified d-104 or a shure 444, does not get any better than those old tubers.
If you want to get real serious there are a few VFO stabilizer kits that can be installed in them also. I have one in the Swan 700cx and after five minutes it is rock solid on freq.
real radios glow in the dark