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Lowrance X-15 and navionics chip

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I am considering getting the navionics chip for Canada that has Lac Suel on it. Will this work with my X-15. Is there another chip available that is better? Thanks for your Replies!

Jim

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The Navionics Premium 2006 and 2007 will not work on your X15.

I am not sure on '03, '04, '05

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Only the classic series of navionics chips will work with the X-15. I'm not sure if the lake your looking for is on it, but that info should be on their website. You can order them direct, I don't think any dealers carry them anymore.

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Lakemaster should work if the 15 has the correct updates!

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