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    What would be wrong with a lc1

    What would be wrong with a lc1 gauge in the dash rather than a lm1 only fore 45 min at a time?


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    Im a little perplexed at your question but I can tell you I have the LC1 and it works fine for me

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    What would be wrong with running an LC1 guage in the mirror and taking the sensor out during the week rather than buying an LM1 and not using it very much? Would there be anything wrong with this setup? Thanks

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    Nothing wrong with that setup other than you have a gauge in your mirror pod doing nothing 98% of the time.

    I would just go with the LC-1 square digital display and remove it after tuning.
    http://www.dynotunenitrous.com/store...?idproduct=150

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    +1 for the LC-1. I think it's actually better for PWC's because its waterproof and physically smaller than the LM-1. Also, it's cheaper and I'm a tightwad.

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    I believe Daniel Rapidacelleration has never removed his sensor or gauge from his RXPL since 2005 and it has never missed a beat. He is useing the LC-1

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    Quote Originally Posted by Water4fire View Post
    I believe Daniel Rapidacelleration has never removed his sensor or gauge from his RXPL since 2005 and it has never missed a beat. He is useing the LC-1

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    He's real lucky then. I burn them out left and right.

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    I have the gauge mounted in the mirror. I put the sensor in right befor tuning and remove it right after the ride so the sensor lives.
    Quote Originally Posted by IBADTON View Post
    What would be wrong with running an LC1 guage in the mirror and taking the sensor out during the week rather than buying an LM1 and not using it very much? Would there be anything wrong with this setup? Thanks

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    is the display itself waterproof

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    Quote Originally Posted by Green Hulk View Post
    He's real lucky then. I burn them out left and right.
    But then you have popped a few head gaskets, pistons, and motors in your time too...

    (maybe the wideband sensors can't take hours on end of extreme exhaust heat on the high boost motors....)

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