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    Innovate lc1 vs mtx-l

    What is the difference between this two? I'm getting tired of my lc1 and im contemplating something different.


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    mtx-l is easy to use, setup and calibrate.

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    Im kind of in the same boat. The lc1 has lasted 3 seasons in my ski and suddenly doesnt want to work worth of shit. Who has the xtx-l and for how long? I like the fact that its water proof. I also like the fact that its just a gauge and a cable instead of having the bulky lc1 box

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    83.0 @ 8400 jhill19's Avatar
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    I have one, but i haven't had it too long. I got it last august and has worked perfectly

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    I like my MTX-L No problems at all.
    Purchase the MTX-L here. http://www.ebay.com/itm/Innovate-384...r#ht_721wt_698 Offer them $158-160 they will accept. I purchased a few from them.

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    I've got a MTX-L......All I can say at the moment is WOW! Easy to hook up, easy to read. No bulky box or loom. Compared to my old LM-1 anyway. Fast acting, love it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Inkaddict View Post
    Im kind of in the same boat. The lc1 has lasted 3 seasons in my ski and suddenly doesnt want to work worth of shit. Who has the xtx-l and for how long? I like the fact that its water proof. I also like the fact that its just a gauge and a cable instead of having the bulky lc1 box
    I just switched to the mtx-l at the start of the season, mainly because I wanted to clean up the hull and didn't want the LC1 box in there and wanted a cleaner mount of the gauge. so far so good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ADAMBOMB View Post
    I like my MTX-L No problems at all.
    Purchase the MTX-L here. http://www.ebay.com/itm/Innovate-384...r#ht_721wt_698 Offer them $158-160 they will accept. I purchased a few from them.
    Link is dead I'm looking to pick one up too.

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    Gauge is really easy to read also

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    Just bought one of eBay. The gauge on my lc1 went bad just by washing the ski. No more lc1 for me.

    Thanks

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