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Old 04-08-2014, 01:58 AM   #1
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Need Help HID Fogs

I've been thinking about changing my stock fogs on my Stang . What kits are out there for my particular car ?. Yellow ?, or should I go for a 4-5k?. mahalo !
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I have HID fogs, easy to do. I went on Amazon, purchased an HID kit and had no problems. I had 8k bulbs, IMO waste of money, too blue and not very bright. Now I have 6k bulbs and love them! Install takes a hour or so, anyone can do it!

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Would you be able to tell me the exact kit, because I would love to have it look like that.

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That is nice man and I have the same question my mechanic told me to get the 8k 9004 I have a 1989 Mustang gt what do you prefer because he is really picky I guess but in my opinion any hid would ve fine?

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Where did you mount the ballast?
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I have HID fogs, easy to do. I went on Amazon, purchased an HID kit and had no problems. I had 8k bulbs, IMO waste of money, too blue and not very bright. Now I have 6k bulbs and love them! Install takes a hour or so, anyone can do it!

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those look good I did the same thing way cheaper and if you know what your doing wiring is easy
they look really good by the way
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Would you be able to tell me the exact kit, because I would love to have it look like that.

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I believe these are trhe same ones, its the same kit on the cs/gt
the only thing with this kit is you have to splice into other wires unless your v6 already has the foglight switch
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Or you can get this kit that has the switch with it..

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To the 3.7 i assume the lower level that is a straight line is the hid fogs and the other are the headlights where they are shinning on the cabinet but want to verify. If so those are really nice with no scatter. What HID kit did you put in?
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I don't think he needs the actually fog light kit if you read the original post he stated he wanted to changing his stock fog lights to HIDs. So you're both giving him links to something he already has lol
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Just buy H11 led bulbs from stangmods.com. Itll be like 150$ cheaper.
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I also have 6K HID fog and I absolutely love them, although I think 5K would look really good as well and probably match the headlights and those DRLs a little better.

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I got mine from DDM Tuning. They're pretty cheap there but I can't complain about the quality. I put them on my Xterra over 3 years ago and they are still running fine.

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I used some 3M tape to mount them on the side of the housing. They've been on since July and haven't come off yet.
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I have HID fogs, easy to do. I went on Amazon, purchased an HID kit and had no problems. I had 8k bulbs, IMO waste of money, too blue and not very bright. Now I have 6k bulbs and love them! Install takes a hour or so, anyone can do it!

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I also have 6K HID fog and I absolutely love them, although I think 5K would look really good as well and probably match the headlights and those DRLs a little better.

I got mine from DDM Tuning. They're pretty cheap there but I can't complain about the quality. I put them on my Xterra over 3 years ago and they are still running fine.

I used some 3M tape to mount them on the side of the housing. They've been on since July and haven't come off yet.

Did you guys go for the 35 watt or 55 watt kits? I am ordering mine soon, but I have heard horror stories of 55 watt kits melting the fog light housings on multiple vehicles.
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Just buy H11 led bulbs from stangmods.com. Itll be like 150$ cheaper.

Did you get them for your Mustang? I ordered a pair of "high powered" CREE H11 LEDs from DDM Tuning (where I also get all of my HID kits from), but they were dimmer than the OE halogen bulbs, even though the wattage matched and the lumens were supposedly way higher. I was really hoping for some bright fogs that matched the same shade of light as the turn signals/running lights, but they didn't do their main purpose of being a fog light, so I think I am going to go with HIDs unless someone can point me to a H11 LED bulb that will be brighter than the OE halogen bulbs and not have than nasty yellowish/brownish tinge like the halogen bulbs have.
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I got a Kensun 8000k HID from amazon for $50. I also ordered 6000k bulbs for $15. Relatively cheap and easy to instal
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Did you guys go for the 35 watt or 55 watt kits? I am ordering mine soon, but I have heard horror stories of 55 watt kits melting the fog light housings on multiple vehicles.

Stick with a 35 watt, 55 watt kits will melt the housing
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Did you guys go for the 35 watt or 55 watt kits? I am ordering mine soon, but I have heard horror stories of 55 watt kits melting the fog light housings on multiple vehicles.
I went with the 35W kit. I've heard too many stories like that as well. And they would almost certainly be too much heat for that small of a housing.
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I have hid fogs installed also.

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Did you get them for your Mustang? I ordered a pair of "high powered" CREE H11 LEDs from DDM Tuning (where I also get all of my HID kits from), but they were dimmer than the OE halogen bulbs, even though the wattage matched and the lumens were supposedly way higher. I was really hoping for some bright fogs that matched the same shade of light as the turn signals/running lights, but they didn't do their main purpose of being a fog light, so I think I am going to go with HIDs unless someone can point me to a H11 LED bulb that will be brighter than the OE halogen bulbs and not have than nasty yellowish/brownish tinge like the halogen bulbs have.

I havent got them yet but ive seen pics of them and they match the headlights. I hate the yellow too haha. Ill try to figure out what ones for u
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Did you get them for your Mustang? I ordered a pair of "high powered" CREE H11 LEDs from DDM Tuning (where I also get all of my HID kits from), but they were dimmer than the OE halogen bulbs, even though the wattage matched and the lumens were supposedly way higher. I was really hoping for some bright fogs that matched the same shade of light as the turn signals/running lights, but they didn't do their main purpose of being a fog light, so I think I am going to go with HIDs unless someone can point me to a H11 LED bulb that will be brighter than the OE halogen bulbs and not have than nasty yellowish/brownish tinge like the halogen bulbs have.

I've had a few H11 led bulbs for fogs and while very good with color matching ext...u can't see anything and are useless other than looks. You need HIDs.
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I have hid fogs installed also.

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Mike that seems like a good match with i assume the factory HIDs.. What color did you choose/ kit?
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Stick with a 35 watt, 55 watt kits will melt the housing
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I went with the 35W kit. I've heard too many stories like that as well. And they would almost certainly be too much heat for that small of a housing.
Thanks guys! That's what I was figuring as well. 5000k or 6000k 35 watt kit, here I come.




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I havent got them yet but ive seen pics of them and they match the headlights. I hate the yellow too haha. Ill try to figure out what ones for u
I appreciate the offer to look for me, but as I thought and was confirmed by Mike2014V6, the bulbs will match the color, but not be a sufficiently bright enough light source for the fog lights to actually work as fog lights as well.




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I've had a few H11 led bulbs for fogs and while very good with color matching ext...u can't see anything and are useless other than looks. You need HIDs.
Thank you for confirming what I was seeing as well!
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I just got off the phone with my dealer because I ordered new 5k lights for my lower fogs and he pulled the light from his stock and said its a 55watt h11 halogen. I stayed with what was originally in the car but at the 5k color temp. He asked for my Vin # because there were a couple different models, but that's exactly what's in my car.

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Thanks for all the replies guys ! , still deciding on 5k or lower yellow color HID's for the fogs . Any suggestions ?
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I just got off the phone with my dealer because I ordered new 5k lights for my lower fogs and he pulled the light from his stock and said its a 55watt h11 halogen. I stayed with what was originally in the car but at the 5k color temp. He asked for my Vin # because there were a couple different models, but that's exactly what's in my car.
Interesting... I do not know a lot about the techy side of lighting, but when I tried to research what temperature a 55W HID bulb would get up to vs. what temperature a 55W Halogen bulb would get up to, I wasn't able to find any definitive answers. I learned that HID lights will put out more lumens per watt than a halogen bulb will, but it also sounded like to me that the halogen bulb gets up to hotter temperatures than the HID bulb. The answer probably depends on the Kelvin of the bulb you go with (ex: A 4300K HID bulb will get up to X degrees Fahrenheit while a 6000K HID bulb will get to an even higher X degrees Fahrenheit if both bulbs are used on the same wattage ballast kit.)

I'm going to look into this more, but I think that I might just play it safe and go with the 5000K 35 watt HID kit in order to try to match the OE HID headlight color. I know for a fact that the 6000k 35 watt HIDs are way too blue in color and the owner's manual doesn't mention what wattage or Kelvin the OE HIDs headlights are.
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Interesting... I do not know a lot about the techy side of lighting, but when I tried to research what temperature a 55W HID bulb would get up to vs. what temperature a 55W Halogen bulb would get up to, I wasn't able to find any definitive answers. I learned that HID lights will put out more lumens per watt than a halogen bulb will, but it also sounded like to me that the halogen bulb gets up to hotter temperatures than the HID bulb. The answer probably depends on the Kelvin of the bulb you go with (ex: A 4300K HID bulb will get up to X degrees Fahrenheit while a 6000K HID bulb will get to an even higher X degrees Fahrenheit if both bulbs are used on the same wattage ballast kit.)

I'm going to look into this more, but I think that I might just play it safe and go with the 5000K 35 watt HID kit in order to try to match the OE HID headlight color. I know for a fact that the 6000k 35 watt HIDs are way too blue in color and the owner's manual doesn't mention what wattage or Kelvin the OE HIDs headlights are.
+1, me too because I believe the OEM is ball parking 3k at 55 watts. I wanna make sure the 5k won't get too hot. Please keep me posted on your findings.

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Thanks for all the replies guys ! , still deciding on 5k or lower yellow color HID's for the fogs . Any suggestions ?
I would go with 5k. And if you want to spend the extra money you could upgrade the headlights to 5k as well to match better.
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I would go with 5k. And if you want to spend the extra money you could upgrade the headlights to 5k as well to match better.
Thanks for your input . I'm just going for looks with the fogs , because the headlights are plenty bright enough for me 👍.
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I don't think he needs the actually fog light kit if you read the original post he stated he wanted to changing his stock fog lights to HIDs. So you're both giving him links to something he already has lol
Haha yeah...... I knew that!
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+1, me too because I believe the OEM is ball parking 3k at 55 watts. I wanna make sure the 5k won't get too hot. Please keep me posted on your findings.
I'm still researching this, but almost any Kelvin (4500K, 5000K, even 12000K) shouldn't melt your housing as long as you are running a 35watt kit, from what I believe. It's when you go with a 55 watt kit, when the temperature is "turned up" and that ends up melting the housing in the end.


BigIsland3.7, a 35watt 4300K-5000K kit will be close to matching your headlights and giving you more light than your OE halogen bulbs.
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I'm still researching this, but almost any Kelvin (4500K, 5000K, even 12000K) shouldn't melt your housing as long as you are running a 35watt kit, from what I believe. It's when you go with a 55 watt kit, when the temperature is "turned up" and that ends up melting the housing in the end.


BigIsland3.7, a 35watt 4300K-5000K kit will be close to matching your headlights and giving you more light than your OE halogen bulbs.

I'm almost certain any 35watt kit will be fine. Most people don't run anything close to 12000k, so a majority of us will be fine. I ran 8000k bulbs in my fog lights for a month or so, did a lot of night driving, and had no issues with the housing melting. Keep on mind, for those interesting in adding HIDs to their lower fog lights, I recommend 4000k bulbs-6000k bulbs as these are the brightest. After 6000k the brightness starts to diminish.
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I'm almost certain any 35watt kit will be fine. Most people don't run anything close to 12000k, so a majority of us will be fine. I ran 8000k bulbs in my fog lights for a month or so, did a lot of night driving, and had no issues with the housing melting. Keep on mind, for those interesting in adding HIDs to their lower fog lights, I recommend 4000k bulbs-6000k bulbs as these are the brightest. After 6000k the brightness starts to diminish.

What's the rating you need to get closest to match the factory headlights, as i personally dont see a reason to change those.
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What's the rating you need to get closest to match the factory headlights, as i personally dont see a reason to change those.

From what I've read, 4300k are closest to the factory HIDs
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From what I've read, 4300k are closest to the factory HIDs

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Just checked out DDM tuning, those that have bought from there what options do i need to complete the install?

They have options for hid harness, error correcting, and converter cable.

Is it plug and play or splicing?
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Just checked out DDM tuning, those that have bought from there what options do i need to complete the install?

They have options for hid harness, error correcting, and converter cable.

Is it plug and play or splicing?

The 35 watt kits are plug and play. You do not need anything else other than some outdoor 3M double sided tape (gray tape with red plastic backing) and some zip ties.

Sometimes you need to use the wiring harness with the 55 watt kits for the initial amperage draw, but I've only needed to use the harness on older vehicles.
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