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Old 08-31-2006, 07:33 PM   #1
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I i just got a 3PK and it's a 75MHZ one, I'm just wondering if there is any difference between the 27mhz, the 40mhz and the 75mhz. Can i still use the 75mhz radio down the track on race days???
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Old 09-01-2006, 02:17 AM   #2
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75mhz is not a recognised land frequency here in Australia. It is a marine frequency.

I doubt any club would allow you to use 75mhz. I know we don't.

You could always put a spectrum in it and then the problem would be solved.
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The other problem is you risk that frequency being used around you so your car is at jeopardy. With using the correct frequency you know that the only freq's being used are the ones that are controlled and if your with a good pack of racers wont have the problem.
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