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Which neutral would you prefer?

  • 0

    Votes: 15 12.5%
  • Blinking 0

    Votes: 7 5.8%
  • Rotating 0

    Votes: 32 26.7%
  • Lowercase n

    Votes: 40 33.3%
  • Rotating figure 8

    Votes: 22 18.3%
  • Hourglass Up/Down

    Votes: 4 3.3%
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Which would you prefer?
 

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I want the rotating 8. If you draw an eigt, you start in the upper right, swoop down and then back up to connect... That's exactly what it would do. Like the chasing 0, but it draws an 8

Makes it seem like the bike is imatiently awaiting you to throw it in gear and take off... It wants to go! Lol

Wait, does my vote count? Lol
 

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rotating ZERO!

I really don't care as long as it comes out good and cheap.
 

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I assume it won't disable the green light on the factory gauge? If so, I don't much care what the indicator is. I voted for the 'n' simply because that makes sense. But a rotating 0 or 8 would look snazzy....
 

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I assume it won't disable the green light on the factory gauge? If so, I don't much care what the indicator is. I voted for the 'n' simply because that makes sense. But a rotating 0 or 8 would look snazzy....
this is not going to bypass your stock indicator. this is really only a truly functional thing for those using aftermarket gauges, for those of us running stock gauges, its just some bling baby! lol

P.S chuck norris says to vote for rotating 8 or beware...

im just sayin...
 

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n got my vote. As I stated before in eternity's thread, I have a big green light for a neutral indicator on my stock gauges, so this will be redundant. I actually would think it would be easier to just have the display blank out for neutral, but then there might be some doubt as to whether the unit failed or not.
 

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n got my vote. As I stated before in eternity's thread, I have a big green light for a neutral indicator on my stock gauges, so this will be redundant. I actually would think it would be easier to just have the display blank out for neutral, but then there might be some doubt as to whether the unit failed or not.
not to mention we have to consider those with vapors and such who are not blessed with the blinding green light... lol


maybe wadester could link up video examples of each... i only have the video fro the hourglass... somewhere

pwitty pwitty pweese
 

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I voted blinking 0, but then I thought that would be a little distracting and boring. I agree, the rotating 8 would be pretty cool. I think that's how my buddies shift indicator was setup.
 

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I voted n. but what I really want is for it to show me porno flicks while I'm stopped at a light in neutral.
 

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think of a seven segment display as this:
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I_I
I_I

a rotating 8 would light them up in this sequence:

top right, center center, lower left, lower center, lower right, center center, top left, top center, top right, and continue the loop. it would mimick the motion you make when you draw an eight...
 
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