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Hi John

What is toroid is 945E and 971 manual tuner ?

130 -2 or 200-2 ?

Vy 73

Hi Zsolt.

If you mean the standard one in the balun that comes with the tuner, its an unknown ferrite. In the modification I made to the 971, I used a T130-2.

where do I get the cap.47nf all I can fine are uf and pf

Hi Rodney.

0.47nF is equal to 470pF (or 0.00047uF)

John.