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There is a way to take a R split and move it up a little. I've done this with a S split to bring it down to 440.

You have to modify the software to allow it though
 

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There is a way to take a R split and move it up a little. I've done this with a S split to bring it down to 440.

You have to modify the software to allow it though
The OP wants to go up 8 MHz. Not sure if the software mod will allow that.

But, in this case, I would strongly suspect that it would be MUCH better to just get the right radio. There are plenty of them on Ebay all the time.
 

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The OP wants to go up 8 MHz. Not sure if the software mod will allow that.

But, in this case, I would strongly suspect that it would be MUCH better to just get the right radio. There are plenty of them on Ebay all the time.
I agree with you. I was just merely saying it could be done. My 1250 S split will tx down to 440 MHz that's 10 below but I haven't tested it on rx that low.
 

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You should also provide more details such as the intended use. Do you want to transmit with this radio? Is the system you want to program a Ltr system for example? How are you going to have this radio programmed? Is this a digital system or analog? Before buying a eBay radio and asking for suggestions you need to give as much info as possible on your intended use.
 
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