Quite happy with mine, sounds good enough for me! Never had any of the problems I've seen reported on here, either.
Ditto. I do find some of the CDs i listen to are finding the limits of the system more than others (not always the best production), and sadly the head unit doesn't have RCAs to allow better amp/subbie upgrades.
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The Blue/Black combo seems to be the most common on AU II / AU IIIs. However my AUII XR6VCT has got the Gray/Black Momo wheel and gearnob.
When I ordered my Momo wheel and gearnob it was a dealer fit and they told me I could chose which colour I wanted. I chose the Gray and Black as its a bit more tonned down.
However what I don't like on my wheel is the fact that I have the buttons on the wheel. Eg the buttons that enable you to change gear (only on the T-Series Autos). However on mine they do nothing. Every other XR Momo wheel I have seen has the covers on them. Not a major hassle but still I think I shoud have covers instead of buttons. Anyone know if you can retro-fit the covers onto the wheel?
However its still one bloody nice wheel. A great option I believe and well worth the money.
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