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 Post subject: Post a pic of Au S1, S2, S3 Clusters
Posted: Sun Feb 14, 2010 5:11 pm 
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Hey all can we all take some photos of the various AU clusters we may have. IE: Standed, XR as it is very confusing just looking at them. We could prob make it a sticky if we get enough of the correct photos. It may seem silly for those who know but i dont.
The reasoning is this..... i see from time to time clusters come up for sale. And some times not even the person selling can tell me what it comes out of.
I would like to see the difference between a AU S1 XR cluster, and a AU S3 XR cluster.
If any one has these fotos for a start would be awsum.

My opologies if this topic has been covered already.

Urgent on the fotos if some can help

Thanks in advnace



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 Post subject: Re: Post a pic of Au S1, S2, S3 Clusters
Posted: Mon Feb 15, 2010 9:49 pm 
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i can tell you that a AU1 Fairmont/ Ghia Cluster has 2 displays and the AU2-3 has 1 display

im pretty sure AU1s illuminate a orange colour and S2/3 are white....

Note this is a AU1 (small screen to display gear selection below speedo)
more info in this doco



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