SD1446 IN A UNIDEN68

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SD1446 IN A UNIDEN68

Post by slowpoke » Friday 4th Jul 2008, 10:50

DOES ANYONE KNOW IF A SD1446 CAN BE INSTALLED IN AN UNIDEN68. I KNOW ITS NOT THE SAME PINOUT OR MOUNTING CONF, BUT I WOULD LIKE TO TRY IT I DONT ANYTHING ABOUT BIACING I JUST KNOW ITS A WORD. IVE ASKED SEVERAL CB HACKS THEY SAY IT CAN BE DONE BUT NOT WORTH THE TIME OR MONEY. IVE DONE FEW MODS TO 29'S AND 25'S INCLUDING A ERF-2030 MOD GREAT RESULTS ON THE ROAD, BUT ALWAYS SAME REACTION IN PARKING LOT (YOUR TOO LOUD WE CANT UNDERSTAND YOU) I DONT LIKE THIS MOD. WANT TO TRY IT WITH A SD. ANY HELP OR DIRECTION WOULD BE GREAT. THNX
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Post by Mack43 » Saturday 5th Jul 2008, 12:30

there are many issues with installing a 1446 in a cb radio and the 2 most daunting of these are heat dispersal and power supply.

one would basically need to build an amp section in the radio.

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HAVE SOME HEATSINK

Post by slowpoke » Sunday 6th Jul 2008, 3:18

I HAVE SOME HEATSINK THAT I SCRAPPED FROM OLD BASE STATIONS. NOW THE AMP SECTION, WOULD AN OLD STINGER BOARD WORK. I HAVE ONE BUT IT HAS A MOSFET ON IT.
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Re: HAVE SOME HEATSINK

Post by Mack43 » Monday 7th Jul 2008, 2:59

slowpoke wrote:I HAVE SOME HEATSINK THAT I SCRAPPED FROM OLD BASE STATIONS. NOW THE AMP SECTION, WOULD AN OLD STINGER BOARD WORK. I HAVE ONE BUT IT HAS A MOSFET ON IT.
Yes just be sure to run a separate power supply line for the stinger.

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sd 1446 in a uniden

Post by WARLORD136 » Saturday 23rd Aug 2008, 1:33

u r looking at a very complex situation. the final drive would have 2 b re-done, as well as a mess of other things 2 get it 2 work. a heatsink is the least of the problems. i would suggest u buy a stryker 490. i have 1 & love it. i have tuned it 2 do 132-137 watts on a swing from a 45 watt dead key. u do have to adjust the effects board (as these radios have an awesome amount of audio), to b able 2 use the board at it's maximun. i hope this helps u. also, a 2sc 1969 final is the best solution 4 these radios. mine swings 34 watts from a 4 watt dead key, driven at 14.9 volts. there r some 1969's out there but b-ware,some "people" r stamping cb-20's as 1969's. know the dealer!!!!!!!!!!!
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Post by BOOTY MONSTER » Thursday 2nd Oct 2008, 2:28

this guy can add a 1446 to a cobra 29 , and do it right !! im guessing a uniden shouldnt be a problem . he wont tell you how and its gonna cost . call him and ask.......

http://www.firecommunications.com/

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