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Thread: Differences between C5 headlights through the years?

  •   AM#1

    Differences between C5 headlights through the years?

    Ok So I was reading Stampy's thread on OEM projector lights and I had a question about the differences.

    He mentions this specifically :

    = pre facelift
    = facelift
    allroad = same throughout

    Used really small projectors.
    lights used smaller projectors.
    02+ received larger projectors.

    The funny part here is that the smaller lens are actually better. You can get a lens with much more convex in "(S2K/TSX). The larger the lens, it tends to focus the beam more right in front of you because the lens isn't as curved.


    So which lights are the best? 00/01 cause of smaller projectors?


  •   AM#2

    Am I right in assuming the headlights are the same as on the allroad?


  •   AM#3

    QuoteOriginally Posted by KrautHaulerView Post

    Am I right in assuming the headlights are the same as on the allroad?

    The - allroad is the same fitment as - A6 pre-facelift
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  •   AM#4

    QuoteOriginally Posted by 02 A6 TView Post

    The - allroad is the same fitment as - A6 pre-facelift

    Which is a shame since nobody makes nice aftermarket units for pre-facelift or hood grills since both items are kind of tied together due to light/hood shape.

  •   AM#5

    are all a6 pre-facelift? I was told has some later models after specific VINs.


  •   AM#6

    The internals for the pre-facelift lights have a slightly different design compared to the well '98 for sure.. there may be a split on the 99/00 somewhere.








    Note the dimples around the projector lens on the , and the placement of where the city light would go under the the highbeam bulb.

    As you can see on the , the design is smooth around the projector and the spot where the city light would go is actually placed above the highbeam bulb.

  •   AM#7

    QuoteOriginally Posted by lucio_liuView Post

    are all a6 pre-facelift? I was told has some later models after specific VINs.

    I think all '01 narrow body((t/) U.S. C5's are pre-facelift.

    The + widebody's have the face-lifted front ended, but the headlights are specific to the 's, similar shape to the facelifts, but a different size.

  •   AM#8

    Only facelift projectors are bi-xenon right? I want them for the allroad, but not sure if there's a projector from trs that will drop right in.


  •   AM#9

    QuoteOriginally Posted by julexView Post

    Which is a shame since nobody makes nice aftermarket units for pre-facelift or hood grills since both items are kind of tied together due to light/hood shape.

    I have aftermarket hood grille



    and used to have aftermarket headlight specifically made for allroad:


    Once I completed conversion of my original headlights to full LED's (took me 4 months), keeping the aftermaket headlights as spares, but may sell if anyone interested, still in decent condition.

  •   AM#10

    QuoteOriginally Posted by daremoView Post

    The funny part here is that the smaller lens are actually better. You can get a lens with much more convex in "(S2K/TSX). The larger the lens, it tends to focus the beam more right in front of you because the lens isn't as curved.
    [/I]

    So which lights are the best? 00/01 cause of smaller projectors?

    This is subjective and depends largely on what you define as "better". The great arc on the smaller projectors does allow for a wider beam which looks great in cutoff photos against a wall, but the more centre focused hotspot on the 3" E55 projectors used in the facelift lights gives better beam distance and intensity which is more important in real world driving. The extra width is nice, but honestly with the width of most roads and things like trees and cars on either side you won't really notice it.

    The pre-facelift lights are also not bi-xenon and the E55's are benchmark for xenon high beam performance. As a general rule the facelift lights with the 3" projectors are the better lights. Those projectors are still used in a large numbe of current vehicles from Audi, MB and BMW to Caddilac and Mitsubishi.

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    Former: A6 L killed by a distracted driver


  •   AM#11

    QuoteOriginally Posted by View Post

    Only facelift projectors are bi-xenon right? I want them for the allroad, but not sure if there's a projector from trs that will drop right in.

    Yes they are, but it looks like the shroud is just big enough to accept the 3" lens without cutting. TRS sells the EvoX-R which is, from a mounting standpoint, identical to the E55 in the facelift A6 lights.

    http://www.hidplanet.com/forums/showgt-FXPICS

    Current: FSI V8 Touareg, Galpagos Grey Metallic on Sienna interior
    Former: S6, Silver on Silver Pearl w/ Alcantara insert stolen, used in a targeted gang murder and given a Viking funeral
    Former: A6 L killed by a distracted driver


  •   PM#12

    QuoteOriginally Posted by mithrilView Post

    Yes they are, but it looks like the shroud is just big enough to accept the 3" lens without cutting. TRS sells the EvoX-R which is, from a mounting standpoint, identical to the E55 in the facelift A6 lights.

    http://www.hidplanet.com/forums/showgt-FXPICS

    Thanks for this, I'll add it to the to do list.

  •   AM#13

    Does anyone know where / what I can use as an affordable / available replacement for a A6 allroad t headlights?

    Cheers


  •   AM#14

    My buddy Kevin did a nice write-up when he changed over his lenses to the ZKW-R Lenses.

    http://www.audizine.com/forum/showthProject-Thread

    -Stefan-

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  •   AM#15

    Are there any after market headlight alternatives for the pre-facelift (01) and facelift () C5 A6?
    I'm a b5 A4 and b8 A5 owner and I'm trying to help out for an Audi tech friend of mine.
    Alternatives such as something made by Depo or Valeo perhaps?
    Is there also ecodes (euro spec) alternatives for the North American C5 A6?

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  •   AM#16

    allroad headlights are the best upgrade for pre-facelift
    I saw few aftermarket, but quality is bad


  •   PM#17

    QuoteOriginally Posted by V1nnyView Post

    allroad headlights are the best upgrade for pre-facelift
    I saw few aftermarket, but quality is bad

    Thanks V1nny
    I'm looking for 3 different A6's
    '01 L xenon
    '01 T halogen
    '04 T xenon

    I've found some viable solutions in the last 4 hours of searching for both of the facelift and pre-facelift T but have found zero solutions for the L xenon. Is this such a rare beast? That there's no after market company or oem suppliers like Depo or Hella or Valeo with alternatives?

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    R8|Ice Silver|R-Tronic|Huffman TT Conversion|Focal/Mosconi stereo upgrade|H&R Coilovers|HRE wheels


  •   PM#18

    What are you looking for out of replacement lights?

    just replacing worn equipment? like reflectors that are burned up?

    trying to get better optics out of the lens?

    Or are you trying to get a completely different style/look?

    80 rabbit pickup, 98 TJ 4bt cummins, 00 TTQ 6spd, 02 Freelander, 03 Allroad t 6spd swap now with K04s, 06 A3 T w/GTR ( JSW TDI and GSW TDI now in TDI purgatory )

  •   PM#19

    QuoteOriginally Posted by chris86vwView Post

    What are you looking for out of replacement lights?

    just replacing worn equipment? like reflectors that are burned up?

    trying to get better optics out of the lens?

    Or are you trying to get a completely different style/look?

    For the most part, looking to replace them due to age and the lens deterioration. Better optics would be the primary factor and the style/looks/esthetics would be a secondary factor.
    Replacing with new oem would be just too cost prohibitive unless there were cost effective Valeo or Depo's available.

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  •   AM#20

    QuoteOriginally Posted by jschrauwenView Post

    For the most part, looking to replace them due to age and the lens deterioration. Better optics would be the primary factor and the style/looks/esthetics would be a secondary factor.
    Replacing with new oem would be just too cost prohibitive unless there were cost effective Valeo or Depo's available.

    have you checked out places like the https://www.theretrofitsource.com/

    There is nothing drop in, maybe something for the 3" ones not sure, but for little over bucks you can get new projector assemblies (pair)

    I'm doing the FX-R " in my allroad lights which also adds bi-xenon.

    Better reflector, enclosed body doesn't let light escape, bi-xenon like mentioned, and a better lens. Going to take a tiny bit of work to get them mounted in but sort of the only option for upgrades.

    Then just wet sand and polish the plastic and treat with something like opti-lens (not cheap but little goes a long way)
    80 rabbit pickup, 98 TJ 4bt cummins, 00 TTQ 6spd, 02 Freelander, 03 Allroad t 6spd swap now with K04s, 06 A3 T w/GTR ( JSW TDI and GSW TDI now in TDI purgatory )

  •   AM#21

    QuoteOriginally Posted by chris86vwView Post

    have you checked out places like the https://www.theretrofitsource.com/

    There is nothing drop in, maybe something for the 3" ones not sure, but for little over bucks you can get new projector assemblies (pair)

    I'm doing the FX-R " in my allroad lights which also adds bi-xenon.

    Better reflector, enclosed body doesn't let light escape, bi-xenon like mentioned, and a better lens. Going to take a tiny bit of work to get them mounted in but sort of the only option for upgrades.

    Then just wet sand and polish the plastic and treat with something like opti-lens (not cheap but little goes a long way)

    Great that sounds like something I need to do now too. Can you eloborate a little more on this retrofit. I went to theretrofitsource and searched under a allroad and the only thing that poped up was a 3" ZKW-R

    Also, I know bi-xenon was offered on the FL a6 as I have seen it on our 04 , but how do you retrofit the signal to tell it to flip the lense to full on when the high beams are turned on on an allroad? Does the bi-xenon flapper motor or whatnot tap into the hi-beam on/off wire or something?


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    SOLD 02 allroad Thread


  •   AM#22

    QuoteOriginally Posted by LakeTahoeQuattrView Post

    Great that sounds like something I need to do now too. Can you eloborate a little more on this retrofit. I went to theretrofitsource and searched under a allroad and the only thing that poped up was a 3" ZKW-R

    Also, I know bi-xenon was offered on the FL a6 as I have seen it on our 04 , but how do you retrofit the signal to tell it to flip the lense to full on when the high beams are turned on on an allroad? Does the bi-xenon flapper motor or whatnot tap into the hi-beam on/off wire or something?


    I'm in the everything is pieces and I keep working on other things phase.. so I don't have all the answers just yet.


    Allegedly a 3" projector will fit in the AR housing I saw a build thread on one of the lighting forums where someone did it. So something like the 3" evo lights (someone just linked to I Forget where) in theory almost bolt directly up to the 3" late A6 lights, if the bolt pattern is the same they may bolt directly to the early lights or allroad lights. So the ZKW-R is one that might bolt up to a 3" and possibly the E55 (I think that is what it is called) I've seen installs of but that took a little modifying of mounts.

    What some people do is bolt threaded rod to the new projector then epoxy that to the shroud part of the factory light. This obviously works but you kind of get one shot. Some lights you can rotate the reflector/cut off in relation to the mounting holes to align them others you cannot. The ones I'm using you can't so I need it to be lined up first time. My plan is to make aluminum tabs that go from the factory holes to the holes that fit my new projectors, that is where I have left off and just drew up the other day to make sure no holes overlapped in a complicated way (on another computer I"ll post later).

    There is also the issue with front to back, like if the mounting surface to front of the lens is different you need to account for that or it makes making thick mounting tabs impossible due to it changing height. So it can be a little tricky.

    Since nothing really is a straight bolt in to these lights I think they are hesitant to say this is a direct plug and play kit like some other cars have.

    As for the bi-xenon flap, yes taps into high beam signal, you can get splitters that plug between the high beam bulb harness and split it to like an amp connector and then the other side is an H7 (or whatever your bulb is) to plug back into the stock light. It is a very low draw motor on the flap so if you are using stock wattage high beam bulbs should not be an issue. This is all most factory systems do anyway, share that circuit. If you were running higher wattage high beams I"d probably use the stock signal to trigger the flapper and then relay the new high beam bulbs, safest way to do that but uncommon for most here. I'll probably just tap into the high beam + wire for the flap, no need to spend money on a fancy splitter when it is all apart and I can easily work with the harness :)




    Many of the projectors are clones (or refurbs) of the vehicle they are based off hence the names of like FX (infinity) and evo self explanatory.
    80 rabbit pickup, 98 TJ 4bt cummins, 00 TTQ 6spd, 02 Freelander, 03 Allroad t 6spd swap now with K04s, 06 A3 T w/GTR ( JSW TDI and GSW TDI now in TDI purgatory )

  •   AM#23

    My allroad actually had halogens and I was able to retrofit OEM parts into my old housings and now they are stock allroad style xenons. I am not a huge fan of baking the lights so I did the retrofit thru the back door and assembled all the lense stuff and stuff inside the housing. I remember how much of a pita it was. I am gonna wait for you to do this one first and ill follow


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  •   AM#24

    QuoteOriginally Posted by LakeTahoeQuattrView Post

    My allroad actually had halogens and I was able to retrofit OEM parts into my old housings and now they are stock allroad style xenons. I am not a huge fan of baking the lights so I did the retrofit thru the back door and assembled all the lense stuff and stuff inside the housing. I remember how much of a pita it was. I am gonna wait for you to do this one first and ill follow

    Ha yeah I took the first light apart without pulling the lens.. then there was no way to get the new one in without taking it apart. It has been probably 15 years since I did it and it was less scary than I recall.

    I did notice on my parts car that the projector mounting did seem to be identical and was wondering if you could just bolt in the actual xenon assembly in place of the one for the filament bulb, cool to know it's possible.. anyone want some face lift halogen housings missing the wiring harness and with ugly dripping spray tint?? :)

    I really need to get moving on my allroad, one tdi goes back on the 30th and the other the 6th, I have other cars but the wagons are the road trip vehicles and one can only drive their "race"car everyday for so long So I should make progress on the lights sometime in the next week will post up whatever solution I come up with.

  •   AM#25

    I know Depo makes a set of xenon ecode headlights for the c5 a6 facelift
    https://www.ecstuning.com/b-depo-parpxndhm1~d/
    And here is a mesh badge less, u can ad badge, grill for the c5 a6 facelift
    https://www.amazon.com/gp/aw/d/B01MD=audi+c5+grill


  •   AM#26

    Anyone know where to find a lower mesh grill and fog lights??
    Does the c5 rs6 grill fit on the c5 a6 without any mods?


  •   AM#27

    love look and price of this grill, wish it could be fit to allroad, bu I know they are different.

    As to your questions, I saw plenty of cheap A6 fog lights on ebay, like these:
    http://www.ebay.com/itm/US-HCar-F/

  •   PM#28

    I know it's off the headlight topic, but since fogs were brought up, I have a A6, I've realized the factory fogs are little more than glowing orbs in the lower grilles, is this because of the wee little size? the bulb type? I was thinking of getting a set of clear lens re pops off fleabay and adding some high watt Cree LEDs. Am I wasting my cash on replacements? Do just brighter bulbs make a difference? The bulbs that are in them are new, the reflectors are not burnt up, lenses are clean, they just suck as anything more than a kids nightlight.


  •   PM#29

    I'm doing the exact same thing with the xenon headlights on my allroad. I started this retrofit in and bought " FX-R's ver with Philips D2S + bulbs. I wish I had the space to build a proper rig for checking alignment, etc.

    Right now I have the OEM allroad " xenon low beam and halogen high beam headlights opened up along with an OEM A6 facelift 3" halogen low and high beam headlights. The earlier headlights are sealed with butyl, which can be opened with a hairdryer. The later ones with Perma-seal which need to be baked.

    If you've opened up your headlights you can fit almost any bi-xenon projector. Wouter at https://www.retrofitlab.com/blog/audox-r-retrofit/ has developed some cool brackets for the facelift A6. So you can fit 3" E55 projectors with a sharp cutoff and beautiful blue colour shift.

    The FXR will fit the allroad headlights with some custom brackets. I will post some pictures of what's needed to complete the retrofit. BUT, the only way you can remove the stock plastic projectors is to Dremel it in - situ. Which means lots of fine plastic dust in something you want to be dust free.

    From testing in the house working on the correct amount of shims to space the bowl away from the lens and tweaking the cutoff shield you can get gorgeous blue colour shift along the cutoff line up to 8" thick at 15m or a razor sharp cutoff that cuts through the darkness like a knife. Lots of info and images at HID Planet Forum at The Retrofit Source.

    I've semi-mocked up a test rig where I've fitted facelift lights (3" projector) and chrome mounting plate in the allroad pre facelift housing. It doesn't look % yet & needs some work, but if you really want the look of a big projector it's definitely doable.


  •   PM#30

    It's pointless upgrading the stock fresnel lenses to ZKW clear lenses with the stock projectors. The stock projectors have poor quality chrome plated plastic bowls. The light output is seriously impaired. I will post an image of the chrome plated ally bowls of the FXR as a comparison.

    But you can use the existing projectors with DIY cutoff shields to make half decent lights, but expect this to take many many hours of tweaking. https://youtu.be/uGER6lkZCVc


  •   PM#31

    Found the link to the YouTube video for the C5 headlights. It is impossible to remove the OEM projectors this way. But you can fit the FX-R projectors as per the video https://youtu.be/L5DjK9jlkgI?t=2m35s


  •   AM#32

    QuoteOriginally Posted by TDi_ARView Post


    The FXR will fit the allroad headlights with some custom brackets. I will post some pictures of what's needed to complete the retrofit. BUT, the only way you can remove the stock plastic projectors is to Dremel it in - situ. Which means lots of fine plastic dust in something you want to be dust free.

    I"m not sure what you are saying needs to be dremeled to remove the projectors on the allroad lights, mine are out, one removed without taking apart the housing, one removed by baking it open. The " FX-R projectors fit the existing allroad opening. Do you mean the 3" ones would need the hole dremeled larger?
    80 rabbit pickup, 98 TJ 4bt cummins, 00 TTQ 6spd, 02 Freelander, 03 Allroad t 6spd swap now with K04s, 06 A3 T w/GTR ( JSW TDI and GSW TDI now in TDI purgatory )

  •   AM#33

    Even after dismantling the allroad xenon projector in the headlight I just couldn't get it out. The angled bracket would get jammed in and amongst cables, linkages, etc. I ended up using the hairdryer and splitting the headlight.

    Yes. If you want to fit 3" bixenon projectors to the allroad then you will need to Dremel out the lens opening. And fit shrouds infront to cover up the hacked up plastic. But, comparing internals from pre and facelift models side-by-side, all of the adjustment tabs line up so it may be possible to make a hybrid headlight with parts from both.


  •   AM#34

    If you watch the sped up video from Retrofitlabs you can see they seperate the xenon projector into 2 parts for removal. In my experience this is impossible to do. If you only need to get the old one out then you can use a Dremel to cut it into smaller pieces or burn it with a soldering iron. The new FXR " projectors are significantly smaller and can be squeezed into the opening and mounted without having to bake the headlights.

    Unfortunately mine are ver which are much bigger. I should have measured the opening and bought the projector to fit, but at the time the cutoff and colour shift looked incredible.

    Last edited by TDi_AR; at AM.


  •   AM#35

    You can remove stock projector ( allroad) from housing without opening anything, it just takes some maneuvering but it will come out.

    The lights are sealed with some rubber sealant that even baking doesn't soften much at all. Opening these is a real chore and lots of knife action is needed. It is pretty much one way road and you will have to use butyl to reseal as original sealant is dry (not tacky at all) even when heated to plastic melting temepratures.


  •   AM#36

    You can see the bracket at the top with 2 red rubber bungs for alignment at the factory. There's only 1 rubber bung at the bottom.



    With the projector fitted.



    Plan view.



    FX-R ver needs a custom bracket to mount to the existing holes.



    FX-R ver showing the solenoid. There's enough space to use the red rubber bung.





    Facelift A6 with hole for 3" projector on the bottom and allroad on the top. I have more images on my phone, but uploading them over 4G with patchy service is a nightmare. You can see the mounting points are different. Allegedly the 3" EVOX bixenon projector will bolt up.


  •   AM#37

    ** Responded to Julex's post **

    Lots of people have said this, maybe I'm just not wired that way, but even after taking the projector apart, i just couldn't get enough wiggle room to get it out.

    Luckily mine were sealed with butyl. Some of it had oozed out over time and become brittle. Audi used Perma-Seal on later versions. Nightmare stuff to work with. It's much easier to use a Dremel to carefully cut the headlight in 2 just behind the recessed bit where the clear lens is attached and plastic weld it back together after the retrofit. Easily said than done, i know. Or get some early allroad headlights. I will endeavour to upload more images when i can.

    I ended up picking all of the butyl off the headlight housing and lens. I have an image of the ball of black snot somewhere. The trick is to warm up a bit inbetween your fingers, then stick it firmly to the bit on the headlight, roll it back and forth and move on to the next bit. I know. I'm OCD.


  •   PM#38

    QuoteOriginally Posted by TDi_ARView Post

    If you watch the sped up video from Retrofitlabs you can see they seperate the xenon projector into 2 parts for removal. In my experience this is impossible to do. If you only need to get the old one out then you can use a Dremel to cut it into smaller pieces or burn it with a soldering iron.

    I removed mine just like the video, unbolted the lens frame from the reflector and it came right out, there are torx screws take it apart. Totally possible without a dremel on the allroad lights.

    My FXR " lights would not fit in hole (like whatever was used in the video) they would need to be disassembled like stock but I didn't want to deal with it and had no issues opening them. In theory they could have fit but not in one piece.
    80 rabbit pickup, 98 TJ 4bt cummins, 00 TTQ 6spd, 02 Freelander, 03 Allroad t 6spd swap now with K04s, 06 A3 T w/GTR ( JSW TDI and GSW TDI now in TDI purgatory )

  •   PM#39

    I have a 00 S6 which have the xenon " lens.
    Finding a newer headlight with bi-xenon is near to impossible. So I was thinking of changing the chrome reflectors to a 3" lens, then put in the evox bi-xenon.

    So my question is:
    Are all facelift headlight 3", even the halogen?
    If so, then I could get a cheap pair of halogen lights and put the internals in my housing.

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  •   AM#40

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    There are a lot of Audi A6 C5 (typ 4B) owners that have a great car, but are suffering from bad light output. Which can cause MOT fails, but even worse, unsafe situations on the road and accidents. This page will cover all Audi A6 C5 headlight options and how to convert to bi-xenon. Do you want to repair and/or improve your A6 C5 headlights?
    We understand your problem and have developed solutions to repair and upgrade the output for every type of headlight delivered on the Audi A6 C5. Don’t miss out on the chance to improve your lightingand safety and order the Retrofitlab.com upgrade and headlight repair kits.  So upgrade your Audi with an Audi A6 C5 bi-xenon kit today! Some of the advantages of using a Retrofitlab.com kit;
    √ &#; 2 year warranty
    √ &#; Cost effective
    √ &#; Proven Retrofitlab.com quality
    √ &#; Easy and effective

    How can you upgrade or repair your Audi A6 C5 lighting to bi-xenon?

    For all projector headlights there are replacement bi-xenon projectors. Because the original reflector bowls, which are part of the projector, loose their shine through years oof use, replacing the bulbs don&#;t do much for improving the light output. So don&#;t make the mistake to buy bulbs first! Our recommendations is to first replace the projectors. Second is to invest in some quality bulbs like the Osram CBI, because xenon bulbs do loose quite some power through their lifetime.

    Shortcuts to the solutions for your specific model;
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    Pre-facelift &#; to Audi A6 C5 bi-xenon

    On the Car and Driver magazine&#;s Ten Best list for two consecutive years, the Audi A6 C5 pre-facelift set a new trend for Audi’s executive line-up, with revolutionary styling and an aerodynamic shell that made for low drag in spite of the relatively large saloon. It remained in production between and The lighting technology used in this car is however more than 20 years old today.
    Factory-fitted options included H1 low beam and H7 high beam halogen and D2S low beam and H7 high beam single-xenon headlights, both headlights are manufactured by Hella.

    For both type headlights we have a high quality Audi A6 C5 bi-xenon retrofit / repair kit. This kit includes some very nice Aharon bi-xenon projectors, with very good light output. This very versatile projector can hold D2S bulbs but also H7 halogen bulbs, so you can use it with xenon bulbs or if needed for MOT or due to a limited budget with regular H7 halogen bulbs.

    Audi A6 C5 2,5 inch Hella headlight

    Halogen

    The halogen version features a inch H1 projector, which produces an average light beam even when new. In many cases, its light output has been further compromised as bulb heat and general ageing cause the reflective layer to peel off.

    With the bi-xenon kit, you can convert your headlights to bi-xenon and improve light output excessively. And with the high beam splitters you will have high beam from the xenon projector and the original H7 halogen high beam! Installation of the kit is also very easy from the backside of the headlight (see Video).
    In the comparison below the top picture is the original halogen projector and the bottom the Aharon FX-r bi-xenon retrofit projector.
    Audi A6 C5 halogen headlight vs Aharon FX-r bi-xenon

    Quite impressive right?

    Click the button below to improve the lighting for your halogen headlights with the high quality Audi A6 C5 bi-xenon kit;
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    Single-xenon

    Single-xenon setups also feature a inch projector, this one designed in the late 90s. These projectors are known to lose their reflective layer. Even to the point where they become black inside, causing dangerously low light output.

    With the bi-xenon kit, you can convert your headlights to bi-xenon to improve light output quite a bit. And with the high beam splitters you will have high beam from the xenon projector and the original H7 halogen high beam! Installation of the kit is also quite easy from the backside of the headlight.

    At the end of the video (), you can see a before and after comparison for the single xenon headlight versus the bi-xenon Aharon FX-r bi-xenon projector.

    Click the button below to improve the lighting for your single xenon headlights with the high quality Audi A6 C5 bi-xenon kit;
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    Audi A6 C5 pre-facelift headlight bi-xenon upgrade retrofit kit installation video

    Facelift &#;

    Awarded the World Car of The Year in , the Audi A6 C5 4B facelift set a new trend for Audi’s executive line-up, with revolutionary fastback styling and an aerodynamic shell that made for low drag in spite of the relatively large saloon. It remained in production between and The lighting technology used in this car is however more than 20 years old today.

    Factory-fitted options included H7 low beam and H7 high beam halogen and D2S bi-xenon with H7 high beam Bi-xenon headlights, both manufactured by Hella.

    The original Hella E55 that are used in these headlights suffer from burned and blacked-out reflector bowls which will result in a very bad light output. New bulbs won’t help much, because of the bowls. So new projectors are the best investment for improving light output. And in case of xenon, new xenon bulbs are also a good investment, because they can lose 70% of their original output.

    Luckily for you this projector can be replaced by -in our opinion- the best projector on the market, the Aharon EvoX-r The improvement of light output is quite extraordinary. So don&#;t hesitate and invest a tiny amount of money for a big improvement of light.

    Audi A6 C5 3 inch hella Bi-xenon headlight

    Facelift halogen

    The halogen version features a 3-inch H7 projector, which produces an average light beam even when new. In many cases, its light output has been further compromised as bulb heat and general ageing cause the reflective layer to peel off.

    The Aharon EvoX-r can be used with H7 halogen bulbs (sometimes a small modification of the bulb base is needed). But with some high quality D2S bulbs, ballasts, H7-D2S cables and H7 splitters you can also upgrade to bi-xenon. When in doubt what to order, don&#;t hesitate to contact the Retrofitlab.com experts.

    Click the button below to improve the lighting for your halogen headlights with the high quality Audi A6 C5 bi-xenon kit;
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    Facelift Bi-xenon

    Bi-xenon setups also feature a 3-inch D2S projector, designed in the late 90s. These projectors are known to lose their reflective layer. Right to the point where they become black inside, causing dangerously low light output. Because the Aharon EvoX-r  can hold D2S bulbs, you can re-use your original bulbs, or invest in some high quality ones like the Osram CBI.
    Because a lot of times the original igniter won&#;t fit nicely on the bulb we advise to use the D2S-D2S cables for an easy and correct installation/connection.

    Click the button below to improve the lighting for your bi-xenon headlights with the high quality Audi A6 C5 bi-xenon kit;
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    In the comparison below the top picture is the original bi-xenon projector and the bottom picture shows the output from the Aharon EvoX-r bi-xenon retrofit projector.

    Allroad (all years)

    The allroad models are all equipped with 2,5&#; projectors, so the same kits can be used as the Pre-facelift models.
    This way you can turn your allroad headlights into bi-xenon headlight, who doesn&#;t want is?

    Allroad halogen

    Click the button below to improve the lighting for your halogen headlights with the high quality Audi A6 C5 bi-xenon kit;
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    Allroad Single-xenon

    Click the button below to improve the lighting for your single xenon headlights with the high quality Audi A6 C5 bi-xenon kit;
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    Picture from the light output in a misty situation from one of our German customers with an allroad;Audi A6 C5 allroad xenon retrofitAudi A6 C5 allroad xenon retrofit
    Source: A6 Freunde

    Other lighting upgrades

    LED parking/city light

    We honestly hate it so see nice xenon headlights with yellow halogen city lights. So to complete thet looks and save some energy, invest in some LED bulbs to match the xenon.
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    LED turning signals

    A really cool upgrade are LED turn signals.
    √ &#; You don&#;t have a orange glow on the front when the turn signals are off.
    √ &#; Because they are LED they are on/off and don&#;t fade on and off like halogen bulbs.
    √ &#; Very bright so traffic will notice your turn signal better to improve safety.
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    LED High beam

    To upgrade the original H7 high beam, some H7 LED high beam bulbs can be used.
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    !! Now you are all set to upgrade your light and impress the world !!

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