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Old 04-14-2016, 07:34 AM
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We are starting a Pre-Order program for customers who wish to secure a space on the current batch of headlights being produced. The current batch is set for be finished in late May with an arrival date in the US about mid June. Order will ship about 1-2 weeks after arrival in the US.

Pre-orders will require a down payment of $300+ shipping with the remaining $350 due when the headlights have cleared customs. (a notification email will be sent to all pre-order customers at that time) Should you encounter unforeseen circumstances during this lead time (ex: you sell your C5) Your down payment may be used as a store credit for other purchases (no refunds of down payments will be offered)

Note: The sourcing challenges regarding the previous shipment have been remedied and we now have multiple vendors available for all other components needed.

You may get in on the pre-order here:
http://shop.radioflyerinnovations.co...lights-015.htm

If you have any questions, please email me.

For those of you who are not familiar with these headlights:

These headlights are the apex of aftermarket innovation in C5 headlight design. They are currently the ONLY Production Bi-xenon system that is complete plug-and-play/Bolt-on. The low beams emit 3X the light projected over nearly 10 times the road surface....plus they look fantastic.






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Will you have a single xenon setup available? Also can I order without the HID kit?
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Will you have a single xenon setup available? Also can I order without the HID kit?
We do not have plans to offer a single xenon or halogen version.
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I bought a set off the last batch of them. These are a safety improvement if you drive at night. Very nice kit - true plug and play. Worth the money!
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We do not have plans to offer a single xenon or halogen version.
Can i order without the HID kit?
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Can i order without the HID kit?
Do you have an H1 HID kit already?
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I may be interested...but isn't this normal price for them?
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I may be interested...but isn't this normal price for them?
Correct. The Pre sale simply reserves you one of the incoming sets.
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Do you have an H1 HID kit already?
No i'd just prefer the morimoto brand hid kit as they have been the most reliable for me.
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I don't know if this is a higher price than when I bought mine last year, or not. But they are worth what I paid, and they are worth $650 and even more.
Such a fantastic solution to the seriously deficient factory lights.
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Originally Posted by megrog2 View Post
No i'd just prefer the morimoto brand hid kit as they have been the most reliable for me.
We have a couple of the morimoto 5five brand ballasts we can include (brand new) . Although in my experience I've had 2 of those go bad on my truck whereas our F5 ballasts have a much better track record.
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I have had a set of these for about 3 years now without a single glitch.

I am still surprised to see so many C5's on the road without this upgrade. Seriously, just do it , it's stupid-nice. Every time I take the car out at night I am refreshed by the crisp clear lighting.
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I picked a set up the last round and encourage everyone to get on board the train while there are still seats! These lights completely changed night driving in the vette!
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Bump.

Production is moderately delayed due to logistics challenges at the factory. Several spots on the pre sale still open.
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Help me out please... are both lights lit on low beam with this or is only one? Why do they visually look different? Sorry, Im not much of a light junkie. I just want to understand what Im getting and what they look like lit on high and low please.
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Originally Posted by 96TTdodge View Post
Help me out please... are both lights lit on low beam with this or is only one? Why do they visually look different? Sorry, Im not much of a light junkie. I just want to understand what Im getting and what they look like lit on high and low please.
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The projector (smaller outer light) produces most of the light output using a VERY powerful (3000+ lumen) HID bulb. The projector optics focus and evenly distribute the light reducing eye strain at night by giving a smooth output. The projector also serves to limit light from going in the eyes of oncoming traffic by means of "cutting off" light above a certain horizontal point. In high beam mode, this cutoff is removed allowing light to be projected pretty much everywhere.

The reflector (larger inner light) houses an LED bulb whose primary purpose is to serve as a signaling light using the flash-to-pass feature. In high beam mode, the LED bulb AND projector are lit together.






Low beams only (no glare) This is what oncoming traffic will see at night.




Low beam (off axis)




High beams (all 4 lights illuminated) Lots of glare. This is to be used sparingly on poorly lit roads and turned off for oncoming traffic.




High beams (off axis)

For more information, you can become a light expert just by reading this thread:
http://forums.corvetteforum.com/c5-g...at-doesnt.html
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Perfect response!
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Update: Shipment set to arrive in the US 6-13-16. Balance will be due upon clearing of customs. We should have the first 50 sets in-house around 6-23.
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