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Old 11-19-2015, 07:58 AM   #1
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Light bar lol

Alright I tried to make my stang different and it turned out well. Let hear the harsh comments !Click image for larger version

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Light bar lol

Well you definitely win the "it's different award"

It sounds like you probably are not sure if you like it or not yourself?

Honestly I don't mind outside the box ideas or mods so I don't want this to sound like I made my mind up right away when I saw this. I tried to take it in, decide why I liked it or didn't.

At the end of my deep thoughts I finally decided I don't think it fits the car. The shape of the opening with that rectangle in there just kind of reminds me of buck teeth. Seems like it might block some air flow as well.

Can I ask why you wanted that? Just cuz? Or do you off road that sucker or what?

It really doesn't seem like it would be very functional right there. If you really wanted to get fancy with it I would find a way to mount it in the lower grille area or maybe flush mount it in the bumper somewhere.
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It was honesty just a random idea and it fit perfectly, I live on some pretty dark back road in the middle of nowhere and this makes it daytime out side
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I thought about putting one in the lower grill...then changed my mind. I will probably just fix the fog lights and use them instead. I live on some dark back roads in the woods with very little oncoming traffic but a lot of wildlife to avoid.
So far have hit dogs, cats, raccoon, possums, skunks, a hawk, and a deer ...thankfully none of the bigger animals in the mustang just the smaller variety.
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Well I say if it serves a functional purpose then cool. I think now that you know how it looks like that maybe you could see if you could try a less obvious mounting location and see if you still get the same results at night. That might be a win win.

I think people's first reaction is going to be to hate it and think you are trying to make the car into a rally car.
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Harsh? Pshhh! I love this man!

I'm waiting to see someone retrofit a 50" light bar on on their roof. It's very mad max and if you're living in a part of the country where furry critters like to come out at night you're sure to see them with this!

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If it would fit into the hood scoop area with minimal modification, be blacked out or smoke in color when not in use I would buy that.
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In the lower grill opening or flush to the bottom front of the bumper, would I think look a lot better. The current rectangle in the more oval opening just doesn't mesh very well to me.
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Just don't use it on any public road, especially around other cars. If you do then you deserve a throat punch.


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Just don't use it on any public road, especially around other cars. If you do then you deserve a throat punch.


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I totally agree...day or night they can be blinding
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Get a pic later tonight of the light output. I'm curious to see how much you can see with it!
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If you can get it to light up from side to side it would be like knight rider!
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In the lower grill opening or flush to the bottom front of the bumper, would I think look a lot better. The current rectangle in the more oval opening just doesn't mesh very well to me.
I agree that it would look better in the lower grille. Just don't run them when other cars are around. We get blinded enough by jackholes with improper HID setups.

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Light bar lol

I'm not that guy that runs it during the day, but hey it seriously is a unbelievable differences at night on back roads I'll post a pic soon. I just wanted some opinions on it and it's great what you guys have to offer as far as that. haha 2 days 6 people complimented it.
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It's very "cleanly mounted " doesn't look junky . Car is clean lowered all around with a nice flomaster setup . Not one to make my **** ricey. It's different and serves a purpose. Function yet unique. Again love the comments !
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Harsh? Pshhh! I love this man!

I'm waiting to see someone retrofit a 50" light bar on on their roof. It's very mad max and if you're living in a part of the country where furry critters like to come out at night you're sure to see them with this!

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Yes I will admit I saw a civic with a 50in curved across the top of the weinshild and It looked mean as he'll on a Honda so the pony would obviously just make it better I plan to do that if I find one cheep
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