|10W||VHF||Digital Motorcycle Radio||MBM23UXA7H00-K|
|25W||VHF||Digital Motorcycle Radio||MBM33UXA7H00-K|
|10W||UHF||Digital Motorcycle Radio||MBM24UXA7H00-K|
|25W||UHF||Digital Motorcycle Radio||MBM34UXA7H00-K|
|VHF||Dash Mount 56 Mode/8 Zone||MBD43URA7K00-K|
|VHF||Dash Mount 128 Mode/24 Zone||MBD43URA7H00-K|
|UHF||Dash Mount 56 Mode/8 Zone||MBD44URA7K00-K|
|UHF||Dash Mount 128 Mode/24 Zone||MBD44URA7H00-K|
|VHF||Dash Mount 128 Mode/24 Zone Dig.||MBD43UXA7H00-K|
|UHF||Dash Mount 128 Mode/24 Zone Dig.||MBD44UXA7H00-K|
|VHF||Trunk Mount 56 Mode/8 Zone||MBT43URA7K00-K|
|VHF||Trunk Mount 128 Mode/24 Zone||MBT43URA7H00-K|
|UHF||Trunk Mount 56 Mode/8 Zone||MBT44URA7K00-K|
|UHF||Trunk Mount 128 Mode/24 Zone||MBT44URA7H00-K|
|VHF||Trunk Mount 128 Mode/24 Zone Dig||MBT43UXA7H00-K|
|UHF||Trunk Mount 128 Mode/24 Zone Dig||MBT44UXA7H00-K|
Also note that the US and Canadian radios' use the same PA deck. The difference is that the US models are typically tuned for 40W out, whereas the Canadian model is typically tuned for 30W out.
There are two bandsplits available for the VHF radios, these are 136-162MHz and 146-174MHz. There should also be at least two bandsplits in UHF as well, 403-433MHz and 438-470MHz (not sure on the exact splits, can someone verify this). The bandsplits are not indicated by the model number, you will have to read the radio to find out what split it is.
If you have any questions, email us any we'll try to help.