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Old 05-07-2016, 11:30 AM   #1
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Default Innovate MTX-L deal on Jet.com if you can afford $130

Passing on some info for a good deal on the Innovate MTX-L. Jet.com has it for $155 shipped and then you get 15% off your first purchase. Comes to around $130. I did this a couple of months ago and it went smoothly.

I hope this ends up helping out some of y'all out.

https://jet.com/product/Innovate-Mot...f8b404786b52ad
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Thanks for sharing. I just bought one.
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Just ordered. This actually came at a pretty good time for me- Thanks for mentioning it.
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Has it listed for $180 now. :(


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Has it listed for $180 now. :(
It was that way when I bought it. When I added it to my cart it dropped to $150, after I input a promo (shop15) it dropped to exactly $130.81.
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It was that way when I bought it. When I added it to my cart it dropped to $150, after I input a promo (shop15) it dropped to exactly $130.81.
Ooh, I see. Using 15NOW does it.

Definetely buying this with my next paycheck thanks
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Old 05-11-2016, 03:33 PM   #7
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Can an MTX-L be used with a stock ECU? I see in the manual it has two outputs; I assume the brown one outputs the same voltage as a stock narrowband? Obviously this wouldn't be useful for tuning purposes--just for running the car normally while still on a stock ECU, prior to getting round to installing a standalone.
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It 'can' be used but probably best to just let your original do it's job. You can weld a new bung and install your widebad O2 without touching the oem wires.
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Ooh, I see. Using 15NOW does it.

Definetely buying this with my next paycheck thanks
you seriously need to wait for your next paycheck to spend 130?

that's so sad.

I suggest focusing on getting an education or finding a better job instead of modding your car.
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I suggest focusing on getting an education or finding a better job instead of modding your car.
You can't tell me what to do. You're not even my real dad!
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you seriously need to wait for your next paycheck to spend 130?

that's so sad.

I suggest focusing on getting an education or finding a better job instead of modding your car.

or you can realize that the majority of my paychecks are not towards my car.


ever heard of 'taking a build slowly' ?
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you seriously need to wait for your next paycheck to spend 130?

that's so sad.

I suggest focusing on getting an education or finding a better job instead of modding your car.
Wow that came out of nowhere. You seriously need to chill, this is just the classifieds. Not everyone is as blessed as you are. Some of us actually have to work in order to buy our own things.
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We all work to buy our own things. You think this site is built upon trust fund babies and lottery winners? I'd love to see the Venn diagram of that demographic crossed with self-turbocharged Miata drivers.
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As car guys I hope everyone realizes our hobby in itself is one big stupid financial decision. No need to bash somebody for their financial situation since we're all pretty much in the same sinking ship together. Thanks OP for the post. Just bought one.
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It wasn't a bash. It was very important advice from a legitimately concerned member to reconsider financial priorities if you seriously can't afford to spend $130 till your next paycheck. Not a put down.

Apparently the willfully ignorant take offense at advice to be smart in life. My apology. Carry on.
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As car guys I hope everyone realizes our hobby in itself is one big stupid financial decision. No need to bash somebody for their financial situation since we're all pretty much in the same sinking ship together. Thanks OP for the post. Just bought one.
This is why i posted this. I get nothing from it but it will help reduce the costs of our bad financial decisions. LOL

However, give me cats for being awesome.
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you seriously need to wait for your next paycheck to spend 130?

that's so sad.

I suggest focusing on getting an education or finding a better job instead of modding your car.
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or you can realize that the majority of my paychecks are not towards my car.

ever heard of 'taking a build slowly' ?
18psi, He may be even MORE financially sound than you are. Way to jump to a conclusion, shows YOUR lack of education.

Maybe, maybe not. But what I do know for a fact is everyone deserve equal respect. Take your power hunger somewhere else other than a car community. Your moderator status gives you no extra credits as a keyboard warrior.

Makes me not want to be a part of this forum.
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18psi, He may be even MORE financially sound than you are. Way to jump to a conclusion, shows YOUR lack of education.

Maybe, maybe not. But what I do know for a fact is everyone deserve equal respect. Take your power hunger somewhere else other than a car community. Your moderator status gives you no extra credits as a keyboard warrior.

Makes me not want to be a part of this forum.
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18psi, He may be even MORE financially sound than you are. Way to jump to a conclusion, shows YOUR lack of education.

Maybe, maybe not. But what I do know for a fact is everyone deserve equal respect. Take your power hunger somewhere else other than a car community. Your moderator status gives you no extra credits as a keyboard warrior.


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Makes me not want to be a part of this forum.
good.

get out.



Power-hungry means many things but giving financial advice to another member is not one of them. Smart person would've taken the advice instead of getting offended
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