Yes, I know that's not the correct term and the way it's done isn't technically volting anything... I got a radio in the other day, had been converted to from a 1969 (which I assume had blown out) to a 2030 with an actual 369 CP but there was only about .25 watts of carrier. I will assume the "final" was blown out, the guy it belonged to didn't want to fix it. I flipped the radio over, the red wire mod was done to it. So my question... I've seen that done to radios with regular transistors in it and I've seen a wattmeter reading improvement. Can it be done to a mosfet though, safely and without issue? Doesn't seem so. If we go to all this effort to get the things biased a certain way and then some turdburger goes and throws that wire on there, that's sending the input voltage directly to that mosfet, right? Doesn't that bypass the bias crap that we sit and build and install along with the mosfet? Besides ignorance, why would someone do that OR am I wrong and you can do that and it had nothing to do with that radio not producing a strong carrier?