Frequency step on my OEM Goldwing radio?


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Frequency step on my OEM Goldwing radio?

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Does anyone know if it's possible to change the frequencystep from 0.2 Mhz to 0.1 Mhz?
In Europe there are many stations of the even MHZ frequencies which I can't reach now.
Probably somebody has asked this before.


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Re: Frequency step on my OEM Goldwing radio?

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If anyone can tell you if it can be done, it would be Sierra Electronics. They are the ones that repair all Goldwing radios.
Sierra Electronics
2080 Experiment Farm Rd.
Troy, OH 45373
(937) 817-0636

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Re: Frequency step on my OEM Goldwing radio?

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Probably could just e-mail the question and save international toll phone charges. Here's the contact page.
https://www.sierra-mc.com/contact.asp
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Re: Frequency step on my OEM Goldwing radio?

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. . .and please let us know what you find out.


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