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Need Race Frequencies for new Radio

RAK San Diego

Well-Known Member
Hi Everyone,

I just purchased a new radio that should be ready for pickup tomorrow. The guy I'm buying it from said he'd pre-program what ever frequencies I wanted. I don't have the ones I want memorized and would have to wait until I get home tonight to turn on my truck radio to get them.

Q: Can anyone out there please post these,
1) Weatherman
2) Honda Pits
3) BFG Pits
4) Mag 7
5) Baja Pits

This way I could email them to him today and the radio would be programed and ready for me tomorrow.

Thanks.

RAK
 

Weatherman

The voice of desert racing
1) 151.625, 2) 151.955, 3) 153.395, 4) 153.380, 5) 154.980
Hi Everyone,

I just purchased a new radio that should be ready for pickup tomorrow. The guy I'm buying it from said he'd pre-program what ever frequencies I wanted. I don't have the ones I want memorized and would have to wait until I get home tonight to turn on my truck radio to get them.

Q: Can anyone out there please post these,
1) Weatherman
2) Honda Pits
3) BFG Pits
4) Mag 7
5) Baja Pits

This way I could email them to him today and the radio would be programed and ready for me tomorrow.

Thanks.

RAK
 

Bomberos for Baja

Well-Known Member
Hi Everyone,

I just purchased a new radio that should be ready for pickup tomorrow. The guy I'm buying it from said he'd pre-program what ever frequencies I wanted. I don't have the ones I want memorized and would have to wait until I get home tonight to turn on my truck radio to get them.

Q: Can anyone out there please post these,


1) Weatherman
2) Honda Pits
3) BFG Pits
4) Mag 7
5) Baja Pits

This way I could email them to him today and the radio would be programed and ready for me tomorrow.

Thanks.

RAK
This our frequency list from PCI...correct as far as we know

CH FREQUENCY NAME
1 151.625 WEATHERMAN
2 151.715 BFG RELAY
3 154.980 BAJA PITS
4 151.685 NETWORK
5 151.925 CHECKERS
6 150.860 FAIR
7 YOLO Racing
8 152.960 CAMPEONES
9 151.505 CHECKERS VEGAS
10 153.395 BFG PITS
11 153.380 MAG 7
12 155.160 RESCUE
13 153.245 CORE
14 151.775 LOCOS MOCOS
15 151.490 BITD
16 154.515 PCI CUST RELAY
 

rocdog

Well-Known Member
I know this is an older thread but woud like to ask some more questions regarding setting up these frequencies for some radios I have.

CH FREQUENCY NAME
1 151.625 WEATHERMAN
2 151.715 BFG RELAY
3 154.980 BAJA PITS
4 151.685 NETWORK
5 151.925 CHECKERS
6 150.860 FAIR
7 YOLO Racing
8 152.960 CAMPEONES
9 151.505 CHECKERS VEGAS
10 153.395 BFG PITS
11 153.380 MAG 7
12 155.160 RESCUE
13 153.245 CORE
14 151.775 LOCOS MOCOS
15 151.490 BITD
16 154.515 PCI CUST RELAY

The 3 questions are:
1. Are all these channels Simplex or or any of them repeaters?

2. Are these channels wide band, narrow band or combo of both? (which are which)

3. And are any of these using PL or DPL tones on these channels? I guess also knows as "interference codes". (if so which tones for each)

Thanks in advance for your help. Newbe here but want to make sure I set these up correctly not to cause any interference on these channels.

Thank you.
 

SoCalRally

Well-Known Member
Plain old simplex, no repeaters, no tones. If your radio is capable of narrow band, that would likely be preferable (as long as the oscillator & other calibration in your radio are relatively accurate), as it'll enable you to have more rejection from adjacent channel interference in RX direction (i.e. more RX selectivity & hence RX sensitivity), & less bleed over into adjacent channels in TX direction (if there are also narrowband filters also in the TX path). If you have a bunch of extra channels, you might even want to program some of the key channels (like Weatherman) twice, one in Narrowband mode & one in Wideband mode. Narrowband mode should normally work best (for reasons described above), but if e.g. your radio's oscillator frequency is slightly off & you're having difficulty hearing or being heard on a particular frequency, then you could try wideband mode.
 

cusico

Well-Known Member
email me if you want a very solid organized list of teams and frequencies.

It is never complete, yet none more.

[email protected]
 

cusico

Well-Known Member
I get a lot of request for this list so just updated for pre 500 fun again.

Email.
 

wrightracing.net

Well-Known Member
Just an FYI, many teams don't like their frequencies given out. It has caused some major headaches on race days.
 

wrightracing.net

Well-Known Member
I bought a radio and need to know which is the output and input radio frequency I’m lost?
On the channels we use in off road racing, it is the same frequency. It is referred to as simplex.

Example: weatherman is 151.625 on send and receive.

I hope that helps.


Sent from my SAMSUNG-SM-N900A using Tapatalk
 

wrightracing.net

Well-Known Member
Does anyone have the Frequency for Pete's Camp and the Navarro Team?
 

RadioMax

New Member
This our frequency list from PCI...correct as far as we know

CH FREQUENCY NAME
1 151.625 WEATHERMAN
2 151.715 BFG RELAY
3 154.980 BAJA PITS
4 151.685 NETWORK
5 151.925 CHECKERS
6 150.860 FAIR
7 YOLO Racing
8 152.960 CAMPEONES
9 151.505 CHECKERS VEGAS
10 153.395 BFG PITS
11 153.380 MAG 7
12 155.160 RESCUE
13 153.245 CORE
14 151.775 LOCOS MOCOS
15 151.490 BITD
16 154.515 PCI CUST RELAY

Do we have the "privacy" tones for these frequencies? Assuming they are all SIMPLEX channels....same frequency, tx & rx?
 

nexrace

Well-Known Member
I would love to learn more about privicy tones for the freqs we use off road. Unfortunately, the radios from most off road retailers dont allow you to have privacy tones on them, or should I say lack the ability to add this function easily.
 
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