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Old 12-07-2007, 05:34 PM
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Aurora gauges by AutoLoc

Anyone have any experience with Aurora gauges by Autoloc. Like the idea of being able customize the face plate but not sure of the quality of the gauge.
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They are great quality for what you pay for and another cool thing about aurora gauges, besides being able to use and change your custom face graphic is you can completely take them apart and switch out parts such as different styled trim rings and needles.

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I agree - But the problem is choosing one!

They have about 3 or 4 styles that I think are perfect, I just can't choose one.... I guess I'll have to build 3 or 4 more cars before i decide which is my fave....
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It looks to me that all of them have a kind of grey area around the (custom) number plate?

If that's so, I don't like that look. Especially if you choose a gauge with black or carbon plate this grey area will be very visible.

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