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HT1250 220 mhz Question

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Anyone know if a HT1250 220 mhz (AAH25MDH4DP6AN) can be bumped up to the amateur band (222-225) ? It's advertised at 217-222 mhz. If it can be done, would this be CPS hack ?

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This info also is good for for modding any band split on on any WARIS series this should be made a sticky
I've read over the Batlabs info several times now, do I understand correctly that a low band CDM can be moved to 6 meters ? I have everything but the Lab Upgrade Kit, I'm guessing that's next to impossible to obtain.
 

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I've read over the Batlabs info several times now, do I understand correctly that a low band CDM can be moved to 6 meters ? I have everything but the Lab Upgrade Kit, I'm guessing that's next to impossible to obtain.
From what it looks like, looks like you can move a hi split low band up to 6 meters, and I know of some one who has a HT1250 on 10 probably using this method with the low split low band. I have a R split 1250 that I want to move up a little. The Upgrade Kit can be found if you look in the right places.
 

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Now if I could only get my hands on that US Waris Lab Upgrade Kit I'd be in business. I have some S split CDM's I'd like to use on 440.
 
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