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    installing a MTXL wideband gauge in the mirror

    I am running an 04 RXP stage 3 and I installed a Riva RRFPR & now am installing an MTX-L wideband in my j pipe. Has anyone ever done this or know how to do it? I am having trouble with it blowing fuses.I am not sure what to do with the wires.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Woody49 View Post
    I am running an 04 RXP stage 3 and I installed a Riva RRFPR & now am installing an MTX-L wideband in my j pipe. Has anyone ever done this or know how to do it? I am having trouble with it blowing fuses.I am not sure what to do with the wires.
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    I'm pretty sure the MTX-L doesn't require the use of LC-1.

    This may help you Woody...

    http://www.innovatemotorsports.com/s...Manual_1.1.pdf

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vman View Post
    I'm pretty sure the MTX-L doesn't require the use of LC-1.

    This may help you Woody...

    http://www.innovatemotorsports.com/s...Manual_1.1.pdf
    Really? Then why did I get one with mine. Not arguing with you, just confused a little.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MSRXP View Post
    Really? Then why did I get one with mine. Not arguing with you, just confused a little.
    I'm not an AFR guru by any means... you prolly know more about it than I do, I could very well be the confused one , but this is right from the Innovate website:

    ALL-IN-ONE

    (Wideband Controller integrated into the MTX-L gauge housing)

    The new Innovate Motorsports Digital MTX Series Air/Fuel Ratio Gauge utilizes the only 100% digital Wideband air/fuel ratio technology on the market! The award-winning patented DirectDigital™ technology we use is faster and more accurate than common “UEGO” gauges and is now more affordable! In addition, the gauge features a water resistant casing, interchangeable faceplates and bezels, and 2 fully programmable linear analog outputs for use with aftermarket engine managements systems and dataloggers!

    KEY FEATURES
    • The only 100% digital wideband air/fuel ratio technology!
    • Water Resistant 52mm (2 1/16”) round dash-mountable casing is perfect for automotive, powersports, marine, and demanding racing applications
    • Built-in Direct Digital™ Wideband Controller reduces wiring and simplifies installation (No LC-1 required)

    http://www.innovatemotorsports.com/products/MTXL.php

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    Oh and by the way, Woody... you better be installing a lot more than a gauge to keep up with what I got comin' your way!!

    The old school bus beatin' everybody to the next stop is over!! Jimsy and the boys are gonna have a lot of fun feelin' sorry for you and that old tub!

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    i wired mine straight to a fused 12v switch. i made a battery block at the battery so its all clean proper wiring ran all season no issues at all

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    Just remember I fly like a butterfly & sting like a bee. See you in NC with the boys in May.

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    Quote Originally Posted by greenbullet View Post
    i wired mine straight to a fused 12v switch. i made a battery block at the battery so its all clean proper wiring ran all season no issues at all
    +1 that's how I run all my gauges. No problems.

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    Quote Originally Posted by greenbullet View Post
    i wired mine straight to a fused 12v switch. i made a battery block at the battery so its all clean proper wiring ran all season no issues at all
    Curious if you connected the white (headlight power wire) to ground?

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