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Old 09-10-2009, 01:11 AM   #1
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Introducing...Flashtech LED Halo's for 2002-2005 explorers!

Free shipping for first 5 people to sign up for group-buy before next Sunday September 20th! @ 12:00 AM Check it out!

We've just come out with a new halo product... Flashtech's patent-pending LED halos! 2-3x brighter, far more reliable (no inverters to heat up and melt) and work in freezing temperatures as well as hot infernos! No more winter cold cathode halo rings breaking!

Check out the group buy going on now!








Flashtech halos and Flashtech HIDs.



http://www.explorerforum.com/forums/...09#post2280509


I convinced Flashtech (by working for them) to come out with some aftermarket dress-up items for our vehicles because the market is so barren!















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Pics will be posted soon of the finished product on my personal explorer!




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Old 09-12-2009, 06:32 PM   #3
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Free shipping for first 5 people to sign up for group-buy before next Sunday September 20th! @ 12:00 AM Check it out!




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Old 09-12-2009, 11:01 PM   #4
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Is the green legal while driving?
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Old 09-14-2009, 01:08 PM   #5
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In Many states yes, in a few no. You'll have to locate your specific state's laws on forward-facing lights. Most states just restrict red and blue from blinking (obviously) but solid is O.K.




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Flashtech halos and Flashtech HIDs.




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Old 09-21-2009, 12:03 AM   #7
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Not gunna lie, these are the sweetest headlights I've ever seen in my life. I would definately buy some if they were made in blue and for a 96'




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Not gunna lie, these are the sweetest headlights I've ever seen in my life. I would definately buy some if they were made in blue and for a 96'
thank you sir, if these would sell we may offer them for the older style, not sure how to put them in those housings (just sold my customized 1995 )













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That looks so tight. Haha, i liked the baby blue more than the white.

Do you know where i can get a pair of those clear corners from? Those were amazing!




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Do you know where i can get a pair of those clear corners from? Those were amazing!
eBay has them all over the place and a LOT of EF forum members have them. I still have a set in the garage that will go back on if I ever tire of my projector housings.




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That looks so tight. Haha, i liked the baby blue more than the white.

Do you know where i can get a pair of those clear corners from? Those were amazing!
celly is right, they're on ebay. They're called "Diamond cut" and they came with the new headlight housing and matching corners.




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will these headlights fit 2001 sport trac or what can i do to make them fit


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Free shipping for first 5 people to sign up for group-buy before next Sunday September 20th! @ 12:00 AM Check it out!

We've just come out with a new halo product... Flashtech's patent-pending LED halos! 2-3x brighter, far more reliable (no inverters to heat up and melt) and work in freezing temperatures as well as hot infernos! No more winter cold cathode halo rings breaking!

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Old 07-09-2011, 08:23 PM   #13
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hey ExpoOn24s,

Nice mod, i like the fact it can work in freezing temperatures cuz here in Montreal Quebec Ice storms happen once a season and in Mid January -20 -30 Wind chill is how we wake up in the mornings cleaning off the snow.

So as a 02 xlt owner how can i get a pair of head lights with corners with a blue colored halos and HID kit to match the color?

i have DHL and FEDEX account as well as a pay-pal.

send me a PM im ready to show of a pair of them here in 514 baby!
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are these available in white ?
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I want them bad......
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In Many states yes, in a few no. You'll have to locate your specific state's laws on forward-facing lights. Most states just restrict red and blue from blinking (obviously) but solid is O.K.
Not to get into an argument here, but that is completely incorrect. Red and blue lights in the front of your vehicle, regardless of if its a solid or blinking light WILL get you pulled over if a cop sees you and doesn't recognize the car (a cop isn't going to pull over an undercover cop)

Not only that, but green is something I would also not recommend at all, all you have to do is look at Wikipedia:
"Green - on a fire chief's car or a mobile command post denotes the command vehicle on scene; this usage derives from the use of green flags in the Incident Command System. Green can also denote a firefighter or EMT's vehicle in some states. In some states, green is used by private security guards. In the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico, Green is used along with Blue by Municipal Police Forces. In some states, green denotes a funeral vehicle or police escorting a funeral procession."

Not to say green will get you an auto-pull over from cops, but it would be risky to drive down the street with it on.

If anyone says you can legally drive a car with blue or red lights in the front and you are not emergency personal, is flinging around a bunch of lies.

Only 100% safe colors are white and amber, any other color and you *may* get pulled over and issued anything from a fix-it ticket to an impersonating an emergency vehicle if the cop is really in a bad mood.

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I'm interested in these, but green is illegal in va, will you offer white?

any color on headlights are illegal in va,

also, what bulbs are in your foglights?
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I bought the halo rings from flashtech. The rings do not fit, where do I cut on the large ring to adjust size inside the housing?
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Old 12-15-2012, 12:17 AM   #19
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hey i want a set of halos for my tail lights they are after market tented and i think it would be awsome
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