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Old 02-06-2014, 11:36 AM   #1
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Hid lights installing

Hello has anyone done a switch from a 2013-2014 head lights from a mustang to a 10-12 if so what do you need cost and is it plug and play? I want new headlights because since I travel at night a lot because of work I want better viability and honestly I dont like the aftermarket headlights. I want to install 13-14 headlights on my mustang but have no idea if they are the same connectors

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I'm quite confused as of which mustang lights you have now? could you clarify.

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also you are looking to spend anywhere from 800-1200 for the 13-14 headlights
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You are better off getting retrofits. Mine were $550 for the pair including a high quality hid kit.
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You guys have any links to anything resembling the 13s

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theretrofitsource.com is where I got mine. $300 for the projectors, HID kit, and Iris shrouds. I'm doing the retrofit myself, so no labor cost.

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Hidretrofitlights.com - I have been very happy. Search my previous posts, I have posted pics of the light output.
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Before you shell out the bucks for true HID headlight assemblies, try these brighter bulbs in your current setup:

Sylvania Ultra: https://www.sylvania.com/en-us/produ...tar-ultra.aspx

I have them in my 2005 F150. I used to drive from Dallas to orlando, and would make this haul at night (quiet, less traffic). These bulbs produce a ton of usable light!

I plan to install them in the Mustang when the current bulbs require replacement.
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Also try cranking the adjusters up one full revolution to raise the light beam. I did this on my '12 and can see much better at night. I think they pointed our lights too low at the factory. I have yet to have oncoming traffic flash me for being too bright.
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Also try cranking the adjusters up one full revolution to raise the light beam. I did this on my '12 and can see much better at night. I think they pointed our lights too low at the factory. I have yet to have oncoming traffic flash me for being too bright.

This is a great idea! Just be careful not to put them too high
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Also try cranking the adjusters up one full revolution to raise the light beam. I did this on my '12 and can see much better at night. I think they pointed our lights too low at the factory. I have yet to have oncoming traffic flash me for being too bright.

I did this along with my GT fogs. Get brighted every time. Thankfully I can flash my brights on with the fogs and tell them in a blinding manner, hey buddy, I got one more light setting, they are not on bright. I run sylvania gold tips in my heads and silvers in my fogs.
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I just put high power HIDs in my stock housing... 160 bucks from hidguy.net. Super fast shipping and lifetime warranty. Plug and play, they even plugged it all up for me, so I opened it, grounded it, hooked up the hot wire and lights in housing and I was done... Way cheaper/easier option and looks great too.

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I just put high power HIDs in my stock housing... 160 bucks from hidguy.net. Super fast shipping and lifetime warranty. Plug and play, they even plugged it all up for me, so I opened it, grounded it, hooked up the hot wire and lights in housing and I was done... Way cheaper/easier option and looks great too.

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*sigh* Cheaper isn't always better. Not only are HIDs in your stock halogen housing illegal. They're a safety hazard for oncoming traffic. The bright point on HID bulbs is different than halogen bulbs and causing the HID light to scatter upward and directly into drivers eyes, rather than being focused down onto the road.. Yeah, you think the bright blue tint is cool, but it's a ******bag mod that everybody and their mother is starting to do. Either do a proper HID retrofit or use brighter HALOGEN bulbs. Do NOT use HID bulbs in halogen housing!
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*sigh* Cheaper isn't always better. Not only are HIDs in your stock halogen housing illegal. They're a safety hazard for oncoming traffic. The bright point on HID bulbs is different than halogen bulbs and causing the HID light to scatter upward and directly into drivers eyes, rather than being focused down onto the road.. Yeah, you think the bright blue tint is cool, but it's a ******bag mod that everybody and their mother is starting to do. Either do a proper HID retrofit or use brighter HALOGEN bulbs. Do NOT use HID bulbs in halogen housing!

Not to mention the headlights work much better in the housing that was designed for them.
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If you're just looking for the light to get a little further down the road, see my earlier post about just adjusting the stock lights. Our lights are too low from the factory. One turn of the screw doesn't cost anything.
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*sigh* Cheaper isn't always better. Not only are HIDs in your stock halogen housing illegal. They're a safety hazard for oncoming traffic. The bright point on HID bulbs is different than halogen bulbs and causing the HID light to scatter upward and directly into drivers eyes, rather than being focused down onto the road.. Yeah, you think the bright blue tint is cool, but it's a ******bag mod that everybody and their mother is starting to do. Either do a proper HID retrofit or use brighter HALOGEN bulbs. Do NOT use HID bulbs in halogen housing!
Not quite... I aimed mine to be about four meters in front of my Pony at the ground and did some drive by's on my girlfriend's car. She stated they were bright white, but not blinding at all. Most don't aim their lights after changing them, something you need to do no matter what you go with. As for the blue tint you speak of, don't have it. It depends on the K rating you go with. 6000K is solid white.

And, as many parts, lights are a huge suckers game... Everyone is trying to make a buck off special crap you don't need...

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It depends on the K rating you go with. 6000K is solid white.

And, as many parts, lights are a huge suckers game... Everyone is trying to make a buck off special crap you don't need...
From multiple experiences, 5000K is "pure white." 6000K most of the time has a hint of blue. OEM manufacturers use 4300K and 5000K. "k rating" is inaccurate, you mean color temperature measured in kelvin.

Aiming your lights won't do it. Trust me I've spent hours combined trying to aim halogens with multiple HID setups. If you're not blinding people your light output will still blow.

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From multiple experiences, 5000K is "pure white." 6000K most of the time has a hint of blue. OEM manufacturers use 4300K and 5000K. "k rating" is inaccurate, you mean color temperature measured in kelvin.

Aiming your lights won't do it. Trust me I've spent hours combined trying to aim halogens with multiple HID setups. If you're not blinding people your light output will still blow.

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Umm... 5000K (Kelvin rating, I.e; K rating) is yellow white. 6000K is diamond white. 6000K have no blue what so ever.

As for aiming them not working, guess my Pony is a magical unicorn instead, because my light quality and visibility is awesome, and it does not disturb passing motorists...

And case and point, plugging an expensive mod when there is a much easier and less expensive option...

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I've installed several HID kits in different makes and models using kits varying from low and high quality. I call 5000K 'pure white' and 6000K 'diamond white' (like you call it). 6000K does in fact have a cyan hue and I have photos to prove it. I had 6000K bulbs in my headlights and in all of my photos that I took:

1st photo; as you can see from a distance they appear to be just white.

2nd photo; look on the ground in front of the car, a cyan hue is on the ground.

3rd + 4th photos; up close you can see the hints of cyan around the white light.

5th photo; an example of halogen vs. projector housings. Do your HID's have a cut-off line as sophisticated as the projector's?
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What watt ballasts are you running? Lower wattage might give that blue hue. I have 55w and they have no blue to them... My HIDs don't have the dispersed look like in the picture you have, though... I must admit, though. I really like your set up. Your pony looks clean.

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35W. I've always got and installed 35W because it's bright enough. I've heard 55W have a tendency to wash out the color so it makes sense that we're on two different pages here.

Thanks, that's my 06'. It got totaled last summer.
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Yeah, K rating does change with wattage. Perhaps that's our difference of opinion.

I'm really sorry to hear about your pony getting totalled... It sure was a pretty pony.

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Appreciate it man. Long story short, I upgraded afterwards
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*sigh* Cheaper isn't always better. Not only are HIDs in your stock halogen housing illegal. They're a safety hazard for oncoming traffic. The bright point on HID bulbs is different than halogen bulbs and causing the HID light to scatter upward and directly into drivers eyes, rather than being focused down onto the road.. Yeah, you think the bright blue tint is cool, but it's a ******bag mod that everybody and their mother is starting to do. Either do a proper HID retrofit or use brighter HALOGEN bulbs. Do NOT use HID bulbs in halogen housing!
Amen. I wish the police force had more time to inforce these laws on folks that think scattered blue light is great and cool.
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Amen. I wish the police force had more time to inforce these laws on folks that think scattered blue light is great and cool.

Agreed. They'd bring in a decent amount of money in tickets you'd think. I'd also imagine a lot of 2nd or 3rd time offenders not uninstalling the kits the first time.
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I'll admit, I got wrapped up and convinced (early on), that HID's with a ballest were the way to go in non HID headlight buckets. I bought a set about 5 years ago for my 2005 F150. I thought the light blue hue was nice, but realized after a week of night time driving, they did not produce any additional usable light, and only splattered it over a wide pattern. That, and I annoyed oncoming folks with them. I removed them, destroyed them, and bought the sylvania ultras. They were so much better and not annoying to others I share the road with.

There are always going to those that like them and don't care, and those that do not like them. To those who want usable light, get a different bulb designed for non-HID headlight buckets, or go full out and buy the correct projection headlight buckets for HID if you convert.
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Here is a great explanation of why HIDs do not go in reflector housing and why adjusting them does not solve the problem:

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^^^ Good read. Don't make the mistake I did.
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I live in Europe, bro... Lights are not blue or illegal here...
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I live in Europe, bro... Lights are not blue or illegal here...
That is besides bucko's and thecarljohnson's point. They're mainly talking ab HID's in halogen housings being a hazard and annoyance for drivers... Which I agree with. Just like bucko I tried HID's and I will no longer will install or support HID's in halogen housings. I do not enjoy the the headaches and potential to run off of the road from them.
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6k hid lights does have a slight blue color to them. and only use a 35 watt ballast. 55 watt ballasts do make the hid bulbs a little bit brighter but the bulbs will only last half as long as they will with a 35 watt ballast. 4600k or 5k is the brightest hid light available its a bright white color. and hid lights in a halogen headlight will send scattered light everywhere. not to mention hids produce way more heat then halogen do so the hids will eventually melt your halogen or projector housing if it isnt all metal with glass lenses.
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