SEMA 2011: Innovate Motorsports’ New MTX Dual Function Gauges

It’s going to require less work to have more information just by having the two units of measures on one gauge.

When you have a high performance engine it is crucial that you are receiving as much information as possible from the engine. The data that you will receive can prove to be extremely valuable to not only ensure you are making the most horsepower possible, but also to help prevent any potential problems within the engine.

This is one of the purposes of Innovate Motorsports new MTX Dual Function Gauges. The MTX gauges are made up of 4 gauges. The first three are dual function, which consist of Oil pressure/Oil Temp, Water Temp/Voltage, and finally a Boost/Shift light. The fourth gauge is a exhaust gas temp gauge.”We saw a need for information on your vehicle, and what better way to do it than a dual function gauge,” says Felipe Saez. “It’s going to require less work to have more information just by having the two units of measures on one gauge. ”

Innovate is known for their automotive air/fuel MTX-L gauge, now these MTX Gauges will feature

  • 100% digital wideband technology
  • Water Resistant 52mm (2 1/16”) round dash-mountable casing
  • Built-in Direct Digital Wideband Controller
  • Ability to calibrate for increased accuracy
  • (2) 0-5v fully programmable linear analog outputs for use with engine management systems “closed-loop” and external dataloggers
  • Interchangeable faceplates and bezels: Black and silver bezel, black and white faceplates included
  • Large digital readout and programmable “Digital Needle”
  • Datalog using LogWorks on your PC

The gauges provide two separate warnings for both readouts and can help reduce gauges cluttering up your dash by providing 2 gauges in one. For more information on the complete lineup from Innovate Motorsports visit their home on the web at

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John has been around dirt track racing his entire life. In fact, he was almost born at Monett Speedway in Monett, Missouri. He has raced everything on dirt and asphalt from karts, to Indy cars, to 650 horsepower stock cars in the USAR Pro Cup where he currently races.
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