The new Innovate Motorsports Digital MTX-L Plus 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!
MTX-L PLUS: Digital Wideband Air/Fuel Ratio Gauge Kit (8 Ft.)Faster Sensor Frequency and Analog Output Speed, Enhanced Heater Control
- FASTER Sensor Frequency for faster O2 sensor feedback
- FASTER Analog Output Speed helps ensure that your ECU sees changes in air/fuel ratio as they happen
- ENHANCED Heater Control for superior sensor performance in forced induction and other high performance applications
- Large digital readout and programmable “Digital Needle” provides the functionality of a needle gauge with the pinpoint accuracy of a digital display
- Digital display in AFR or Lambda
- 52mm (2 1/6”) diameter gauge body with included interchangeable faceplates and bezels
- Bosch™ LSU 4.9 wideband O2 sensor
- Patented 100% digital wideband air/fuel ratio technology!
- Ability to calibrate O2 sensor for maximum accuracy
- Wideband O2 compatible with several fuel types
- Innovate MTS serial in/out (for use with MTS enabled devices to add additional logging channels)
- Datalog using powerful LogWorks software on your PC
- Silver Bezel, Black Bezel
- White Faceplate, Black Faceplate
- LSU 4.9 Wideband O2 Sensor
- 8 Ft. (2.4 meters) Sensor Cable (Overall length 10 ft.(3 meters))
- 1″ Exhaust Bung
- Program Cable
Installation and Setup Installation of the MTX-L Plus is relatively simple. Complete documentation is supplied, and the support pages, videos, application notes and tuner resources can also speed you on your way to effective tuning. Innovate also has a great network of local dealers, tuners, race shops, and dyno shops that can assist you in choosing, installing, and getting the most out of your Innovate products.
Due to the nature of a Wideband Innovate along with most Wideband manufcturers do not offer any warranty on the sensor itself.