Lo-Tek Incorporated was conceived by a small group of automotive enthusiasts in the summer of 1985. Our first mission was to develop auxiliary instrumentation for the venerable Intercooled Turbo Buick introduced in 1986. Our products went on to become the most popular accessory in the instrumentation aftermarket, and spawned an entire industry.

Our in-house mold-making and finishing shop allows us to offer our products at a substantial savings over our copycat competitors. We can also design and manufacture short-run custom products - something the large, high-volume manufacturers won't do.

Lo-Tek Inc. operates as a "build to order" business. Consequently, we can accommodate almost any customer request - no matter how unconventional. Need a 60mm gauge on the bottom, and a 2 1/16" gauge on the top? No problem. Need a pink pillar for your Mary Kay Cadillac? No problem. Want an undrilled gauge pod for your Nitrous Oxide arming switch? No problem.

The name Lo-Tek was inspired by a short story written by sci-fi author William Gibson. The "LoTeks", a tribe of cyberpunk gangsters, developed unconventional uses for technology - mainly to further their own alternative agenda. The story is entitled "Johnny Mnemonic," and bears only a slight resemblance to the movie of the same title.