I just talked to a guy and convinced him to include making Indiglow gauges for 2000-2002 ZX-6R's. He told me that if 10 people "buy-in" to their Model Development Program for the gauges, they will begin producing them. I know they look really trick on cars, and it's about time they started making them for bikes! <img src=icon_smile_big.gif border=0 align=middle>
They currently have 2 types of Indiglow gauges for the ZX-6R that need "buy-ins" - Standard Indiglow and Reverse Indiglow. Since this is the ZX6R.COM board, I thought this would be the perfect way to let a large group of ZX6R owners know about it! BTW I am definitely going to "buy-in" for the Standard Indiglow Gauges!
I was looking at that website about a week ago and was thinking about going in on the development once there were a few other people in also. They said that they do not charge the credit card till they have 10 people. I count me in for a set of standard for an 2000 ZX-6R. Keep us up on how many people here. Thanks.
They haven't updated the page yet, so it is unknown on the amount of people that have bought-in. I made a buy-in bid as soon as they told me that the gauges were on the Model Development list! I'll keep y'all informed on the progress.
Actually, they do not make one for the ZX6R just yet. I've been asking Robert every year when the ZX6R gauges would be made, and he keeps telling me "in the spring". I guess he doesn't think there is a large enough market for ZX6R gauges. He's always been busy with development for newer and really cool accessories. Check out the site!
San Diego was the first place that I saw the indiglo gauges on a GSX-R and they looked good. From what I remember they are white faced in the sunlight and they glow blue at night. The reason that I want them is because they look great in the light.
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Gujustud, there are 6 buy-ins to-date for the standard gauges, and 1 buy-in for the reverse style gauges. I was the first to buy-in for the standard gauges. I must admit, I'm a little surprised that there are only 6 buy-ins to-date. [?] I thought that posting on ZX-6R.com would attract those that wanted something new and different for their machine, I guess not too many people are interested in this aftermarket part. For those that have bought-in, thank you. For those that haven't, what are you waiting for!?
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