I have the Autocom Pro M1 and wondering what to use for bike to bike. I have heard a little about some Kenwood FRS's. Any ideas?
I concur with Robin's reply, notwithstanding that virtually no one gets an FCC licenense for GMRS, or even CB's for that matter.mpillis said:I have the Autocom Pro M1 and wondering what to use for bike to bike. I have heard a little about some Kenwood FRS's. Any ideas?
What other hardware do you need to use the Motorola with the Autocom unit? I've been looking into FRS/GMRS radios for a trip I'm going to be taking. So far it looks like the radio units, harness to connect to the Autocom and a PTT button. Not including installation of a PTT button on the handlebar, the cost appears to be adding up: $70 (or more) for the radio, $70 for the harness, $70 for the PTT button (without installation), etc. Is there a cheaper way to go?Moonshine said:There are several of us that are using the Autocom Active 7 Smart intercom system and a inexpensive Motorola model 5059 GMRS radios that you can find at WalMart and they work great. The Motorola radios come two to a package along with the battery charger. These are better than CB because you don't have to listen to all of the garbage. The Motorola radios have private frequencies so you can set up private conversations and they work up to a 5 mile range.