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    afr meter...what one to go for?

    looking for a afr meter kit to check my afr on my ski to mate sure its all good....so what kit should i go for?


    thanks ian


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    Innovate LC-1.

    I thought Jerry sold it in the online store but I can't seem to find it. I know you can order directly through Dynotune with the gauge here: http://www.dynotunenitrous.com/store...?idproduct=149

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    Quote Originally Posted by hitman View Post
    Innovate LC-1.

    I thought Jerry sold it in the online store but I can't seem to find it. I know you can order directly through Dynotune with the gauge here: http://www.dynotunenitrous.com/store...?idproduct=149
    cheers....is that the best price and can i leave it in all the time or just for testing ?...also where do i route the cables to the gauge ?


    cheers ian

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    I always bought my innovate stuff directly from them. Doesn't really matter though. Might find a decent price on ebay, but most are usually overpriced (particularly when used).

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    I would highly suggest ordering directly from Dynotune and specify in you order instructions that you want them to seal the gauge up as best they can because it will be used on a PWC and they will seal it up pretty good for ya.

    Their price is pretty darn good also.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hitman View Post
    I would highly suggest ordering directly from Dynotune and specify in you order instructions that you want them to seal the gauge up as best they can because it will be used on a PWC and they will seal it up pretty good for ya.

    Their price is pretty darn good also.
    +1. There where I got mine from...all sealed up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SHOdude View Post
    +1. There where I got mine from...all sealed up.
    +2. I ordered the square digital gauge and in hindsight, I think I would go with the round gauges and cut holes for the gauges. I don't really like the look I've got going on now.

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    Funny on the SeaDoo side they will curse the LC-1 every chance they can . I used one for a while and didnt mind it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mrbtd View Post
    Funny on the SeaDoo side they will curse the LC-1 every chance they can . I used one for a while and didnt mind it.


    Check the fjo also. We having been using them on cars and pwc for awhile now.

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    tried the LC-1 and hate it, you cant leave them connected as the water eventually kills the sensor tune and remove

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