Race Radio Add A Crew Complete W/program Gt 1 Series on 2040-parts.com
Tampa, Florida, United States
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FINALLY A LOWER COST WAY!!
Race Radio Add A
Crew GT-1 RADIO
Needing a extra radio for a crew
Fanscan Link and Talk System? Off roading?
Pit Road or Whatever.
Then this is for you and the lowest
cost way to get it done.
1-PRO 50 CARBON SERIES HEADSET
1-COILED HEADSET CORD
1-16 CHANNEL PROGRAMMABLE GT-1 RADIO
1-PROGRAM KIT WITH CABLE
PROGRAM THIS RADIO TO JUST ABOUT ANY
FREQ IN THE 400/470UHF RANGE. NASCAR AND
MOST RACING WORLDWIDE USE THE 450/470 RANGE.
YOU CAN PROGRAM IN THE CHANNEL AND
LISTEN TO ANYONE ON THAT FREQ AND IF YOU KNOW THE CTC AND DCS CODES THEN YOU
WILL BE ABLE TO TALK TO THOSE RADIOS
QUESTIONS? TECH 813-882-3227 TEXT AVAILABLE
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