Is it possible to use 3.3V to power IMU 6DOF - MPU6050?

Hi, I’m planning a project with IMU 6DOF - MPU6050 breakout board (JST connector).
I want to use the Teensy3 microcontroller, but this question applies to any 3.3V microcontroller.

Can I use the 3.3V output from Teensy3 to power your MPU6050 breakout board?
I know from your specs that there is a voltage regulator in your breakout board, which admits 5V, but sometimes there is a wider working range for those regulators and they admit 3.3V.

Thanks in advance.
Best regards

By the way, did you put pull-up resistors in the SDA, SCL lines?
If yes with which value?

Thanks in advance.
Best regards.

Sorry but you have to supply the IMU with 5V!

Thank you for the quick response. I can manage to do that.

What about de data signals SCL, SDA? Do they also work at 5V or at 3.3V?

Thanks in advance.

I found the answer in the MPU6050 product specs.
The digital inputs/outputs are referenced to Vdd (power supply to MPU6050), and Vdd operating range is 2.375V-3.46V.

Best regards.

The SDA and SCL lines are pull up to the 3.3V of the board.

Thanks a lot for your help.