[2/13/2002] Reviewed by: Marc Wesseling -

Applicable to: '90 - '97

This is a set of indiglo gauges, that appear white in daylight. These gauges have 6 different colors (between green & blue), with a small pad that contains the dimmer and color selection.

I am more than pleased with this product. i had previously purchaced a set of import inteligence laminate gauges, and decided wern't exactly what i was looking for. this product looks great during the day (no glair like some indiglos), and even better at night. The green seems pretty close to the other dash lights, but the blue looks way cool. There is an older version that only has two colors, and a large knob selector.

i would suggest this to anyone looking to put white faces on their miata. i purchaced them on e-bay (new) for around 40$. instalation was fairly simple. but to run the wires i chose not to remove a gauge light, but removed the rear defrost light in the upper left corner (for miata's w/o a hardtop).

Under 30 minutes to remove completely

[2/9/2002] Reviewed by: Bill Goebel -

Applicable to: '90 - '97 1.6 liter 1.8 liter

These are white gauge faces that light up either teal or blue, as selected by a toggle switch. The brightness is controlled by a knob.

These faces installed fairly easily over my stock faces. With a little patience, I was able to snake them over the needles and stop pins without removing them. However, the screws that hold the faces in place do have to be temporarily removed. The instructions supplied were generally worthless, but I had done a gauge face install before with the help of the garage as a reference. While installing, I let the wires from each face hang out to the side while snapping the cluster bezel back into place. The plastic has enough give in it that this can be done and the bezel still fits properly. I wired the control box to the interior fuse box, with the positive (red) wire going to the 15A fuse for the tail/parking lights. I grounded the black wire right there at one of the bolts holding the fuse box itself.

These really seem to brighten up the cockpit. The color choices are not the same as the stock green, but it doesn't seem to detract any from their effect...especially if you have an aftermarket head unit installed with other colored lights as well.

Over 30 minutes to remove completely

[9/18/2001] Reviewed by: angel robles -

Applicable to: '90 - '97 1.6 liter 1.8 liter

2COLORS INDIGLO GAUGES -- Day: White; Night: Green or Blue Bought from Initial K Auto Concepts, Inc. -- Xenon-Xenon, P.O. BOX 465. Walnut, CA 1788-0465 U.S.A

Not enough instructions, particularly wiring. Works Ok.

The problem with the product is that although the white gauges look awesome during the day, at night neither the green nor the blue colors are compatible with the rest of the instrument lighting inside the car. Miata's instrument lighting is dark green, and the gauges green color doesn't come even close. In fact, when compared with the rest of the car's interior lighting, the green looks blue and the blue appears purple. In other words, It just doesn't give your Miata that nice factory look.

Over 30 minutes to remove completely

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