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post #121 of 131 (permalink) Old 11-01-2011, 10:10 PM
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Someone else here has squeezed the rubber grommet between the adapter and the headlight mount - while that worked for them, I don't know if it's a good solution or not.
That would be me. It's in there snug still and doesn't jiggle around. About 600 miles (or more) and its still in the headlight centered up perfectly. Totally happy with my kits I bought

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Bulb adapter

I think someone on the forum has a great idea/solution.

I've seen a web document where someone had modified the adapter (but they didn't show enough pictures to easily follow along.

I have the feeling that Victory wouldn't just create/invent a headlight arrangement. I suspect that some other vehicle also uses this type of adapter (maybe a Ford?). Might be a less expensive source for the bulb and/or adapter & maybe have an alternative solution for mounting the HID bulb.

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I have a 2011 Kingpin. Sorry, but I just want to make sure I understand what I need/want when I am ready to order.

I could order the "Low and High beam Kit" at 5000 K?
Temperature and Wattage are not related, so heat would not be an issue with the dual 5000 K setup?

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Yes, you'd be perfectly fine.

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Yes, you'd be perfectly fine.
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No kits available for 2007 Vegas, correct?
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No kits available for 2007 Vegas, correct?
HID kits for 2007 Vegas are now available.

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Ordered my kit Saturday and got in Monday morning. Super fast shipping, thanks CR!!
Quick question on install, read through the 13 pages and didnt see anything. Do the ballist and everything just fit into the headlight housing? Seems like a lot of wires and bulking things for a small area. Thanks!!

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Ordered my kit Saturday and got in Monday morning. Super fast shipping, thanks CR!!
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Quick question on install, read through the 13 pages and didnt see anything. Do the ballist and everything just fit into the headlight housing? Seems like a lot of wires and bulking things for a small area. Thanks!!
Yes, the whole kit goes in the headlight bucket. Once you open it, you will see there's enough room for both kits (high and low beam).

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2008 KP high/low kit from Cross Roads

I ordered the high and low kits from Cross Roads for my 2008 KP and did the install for that year bike like CR instructs and I absolutely love the results. Everything fit into the headlight bucket, and I feel that I am much more visible both day and night. As far as visibility during hours of darkness it is night and day from the original headlight. This is an amazing product for an amazing price and Cross Roads is a pleasure to do business with. I would recommend this to anyone with a Victory motorcycle and all of my Harley riding friends are jealous they can't do the same to their bike for less than $400.

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