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Old 08-08-2014, 12:46 AM   #1
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2012 V6 Halogen to OEM HID conversion

I would like to install the Raxiom Chrome Projector Halo lights:
Raxiom Chrome Projector Headlights - CCFL Halo 49109 (10-12 GT, V6 with Factory HID) - Free Shipping

I also want HID lights. My 2012 V6 Premium came with halogens from the factory. However, those Raxiom halos will only fit if the car came with factory HIDs. The note on AM specifically says: "Not intended for use with vehicles equipped with Daytime Running Lights or Aftermarket HID Kits."

My question is: What do I need to buy to convert my OEM halogen setup to the OEM HID setup?

And if anyone thinks this is a stupid way to go about getting to my end goal, please advise on other options. My end goal is HID headlights + aggressive look. By the way, although they are really popular on this forum, I do NOT like the smoked halos.
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American muscle sells the same style headlights for those who dont have stock oem HID Lighting Raxiom Chrome Projector Headlights - CCFL Halo 49130 (10-12 GT, V6) - Free Shipping - AmericanMuscle

Stangmods sells an HiD kit fitted perfectly for the Raxiom projectors, StangMods Raxiom HID Projector Lights Fits 2010-2012 Mustangs

I have the same set up, the hid nor headlights have given me problems and it looks very aggresive at night[COLOR="Silver"]
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American muscle sells the same style headlights for those who dont have stock oem HID Lighting Raxiom Chrome Projector Headlights - CCFL Halo 49130 (10-12 GT, V6) - Free Shipping - AmericanMuscle

Stangmods sells an HiD kit fitted perfectly for the Raxiom projectors, StangMods Raxiom HID Projector Lights Fits 2010-2012 Mustangs

I have the same set up, the hid nor headlights have given me problems and it looks very aggresive at night[COLOR="Silver"]
Nice - thanks, RomanG! I knew about the other Raxioms, but I didn't think it would work with aftermarket HIDs. Didn't know about that one available on StangMods. This solution will work for me I think.

But let me throw something else into the mix. Let's say I have a chance at a great deal on the Raxioms that I linked to, the ones meant for OEM HID. Anything I can do to make those work? Because the total cost MIGHT end up being cheaper, depending on how much it costs to do the OEM conversion rather than StangMods.
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It definitely won't be cheaper if you want to go oem. you would have to get oem bulbs, projectors, ballast and a switch in the headlight connection. Browsing around the forums I've seen people get quoted up to 2000$ from dealershipsfor a complete oem switch to HIDs. The Kit from sting mods is under 200 and works just at well, also you get a lifetime warranty. If a bulb or Ballast goes out they replace it free of charge.
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2012 V6 Halogen to OEM HID conversion

Contact grabber blue1993, he Is selling a pair at a fair price if you are interested.


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Contact grabber blue1993, he Is selling a pair at a fair price if you are interested.


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Haha, already did, that's what initiated this post and what I was talking about when I said I can get the Raxioms for cheap. But what Roman is saying is that the OEM conversion part can be $2,000, not the Raxioms. Grabber accidentally bought the Raxioms that only work with OEM HIDs.

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I would like to install the Raxiom Chrome Projector Halo lights:
Raxiom Chrome Projector Headlights - CCFL Halo 49109 (10-12 GT, V6 with Factory HID) - Free Shipping

I also want HID lights. My 2012 V6 Premium came with halogens from the factory. However, those Raxiom halos will only fit if the car came with factory HIDs. The note on AM specifically says: "Not intended for use with vehicles equipped with Daytime Running Lights or Aftermarket HID Kits."

My question is: What do I need to buy to convert my OEM halogen setup to the OEM HID setup?

And if anyone thinks this is a stupid way to go about getting to my end goal, please advise on other options. My end goal is HID headlights + aggressive look. By the way, although they are really popular on this forum, I do NOT like the smoked halos.
We don't recommend that you run HID's with the Raxiom headlights. However, I personally run HID's on my 2011 GT with the Raxiom Smoked Projectors. We don't recommend HID's because they're known for being temperamental or causing issues. The warranty won't be valid if the HID's were to melt the housing.

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We don't recommend that you run HID's with the Raxiom headlights. However, I personally run HID's on my 2011 GT with the Raxiom Smoked Projectors. We don't recommend HID's because they're known for being temperamental or causing issues. The warranty won't be valid if the HID's were to melt the housing.

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Hi Dan. I don't understand. In the link I posted you guys put: "Application. Raxiom Chrome HID Halo Projector Headlights are designed to fit the 2010 to 2012 V6, and GT model Mustangs that are equipped with factory HID lighting." That's straight from AM. Why are you saying you don't recommend it for HIDs and that the warranty won't be valid?

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We don't recommend that you run HID's with the Raxiom headlights. However, I personally run HID's on my 2011 GT with the Raxiom Smoked Projectors. We don't recommend HID's because they're known for being temperamental or causing issues. The warranty won't be valid if the HID's were to melt the housing.

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Ive heard the same however i hear 55w Hid kits cause more problems, 35w kits are safe to use and haven't given me problems.
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HID's run alot hotter then halogen bulbs do. Raxiom headlights are projector style arent they? Projector style headlights are only meant for halogen the way they disperse the light around. HID's installed in a projector style headlight will have tons more glare and can even have random rainbow stars show up in the light pattern. Cops will definately pull you over if you have too much glare. 55watt Hid kits are a waste of money stick with the 35watt kits. 55watt kits are not that much brighter then 35watt kits and the 55watt only last half as long as the 35watt kits do since the bulbs burn out way quicker. When installing HID's its best to have a metal projector housing with a glass lens. On my previous car I had hid fog lights that had the correct metal projector housing with a glass lens and 6k hid bulbs. The fog lights were bright enough to where i could run those without my headlights needing to be on if i chose to. And with the headlights on you cant even tell they are on all you saw was the blue tinted hid bulbs overpowering my halogen projector headlights.
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I don't think you guys understand. I'm not trying to put projectors made for halogen ballasts in HIDs. I know that creates glare and might even get you pulled over. The link I put says these projectors are for HIDs. GrabberBlue1993 has them sitting in his garage because he doesn't have HIDs, he has halogens. I'm utterly confused how this is possible if Dan and you guys are saying you can't put those projectors on HIDs. Then what CAN you put them on??? I'm sure Grabber would love to know so that he wouldn't have $300 projectors collecting dust in his garage. What am I missing here?

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Yeah this is where I got really confused... can't I just get an HID kit (ballast, bulb, etc.) and put them into the HID head light? I don't understand why this won't work the headlights are made for HIDs... my stock bulbs and raxiom H9's don't fit. What in the world goes in them?
I have the complete Raxiom HID projector chrome halo head light kit. I need to put bulbs in. What does someone need to put in to make them work.
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Raxiom headlights take H11 bulbs. Hids are fine in the Raxiom Halo headlights, they do not produce glare. It is better to get 35 watts as 55 watt hid may melt the inside housing on the headlight,
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When they say they don't recommend HIDs in the Raxioms, they mean aftermarket/non-OEM HIDs because they are usually of a lower quality and can cause issues, such as melted/warped lenses. The OEM HIDs on the other hand are a higher quality and don't run as hot. That's why there is a set of Raxioms that is designed for the OEM HIDs, which I believe are D2S bulbs.

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Hey RomanG. I noticed that on the StangMods kit that you got, it says: "Single beam - low beam only". Does this mean that you don't have brights (a.k.a. hi-beam) on your car anymore?
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The bulb is an H11 bulb, it is a single fillament bulb meaning there only 1 single "bulb" inside the bulb and thats the low beam bulb. There is no seperate highbeam filament. However, the raxiom headlights operate on a shutter style for highbeam and lowbeam. When your lowbeams are on, the shutter is opened halfway, and you turn on your highbeams the ****ter fully opens. With the kit you will be getting "highbeams." However its only the shutter letting out more light from the lowbeam bulb, not from a high beam bulb. So yes and no
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The bulb is an H11 bulb, it is a single fillament bulb meaning there only 1 single "bulb" inside the bulb and thats the low beam bulb. There is no seperate highbeam filament. However, the raxiom headlights operate on a shutter style for highbeam and lowbeam. When your lowbeams are on, the shutter is opened halfway, and you turn on your highbeams the ****ter fully opens. With the kit you will be getting "highbeams." However its only the shutter letting out more light from the lowbeam bulb, not from a high beam bulb. So yes and no
Thanks. Lol reg. censoring of the word shutter. You must have made a typo there....

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RomanG, I think I want to go with your exact setup. Can you please post a picture and list the exact components you chose? I think temperature is the only thing you haven't mentioned yet. Thanks!

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RomanG, I think I want to go with your exact setup. Can you please post a picture and list the exact components you chose? I think temperature is the only thing you haven't mentioned yet. Thanks!

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This is the kit i went with personally. The kit will include absolutely everything you need; bulbs, ballast, connections ect. The bulb sizes are h11 and I went with an 8k temperature which is blue. The Hids run at 35 watts, its not hot enough to melt your housing or anything. I can post a picture tomorrow of the Hids when they are on.

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Just FYI, the stock HIDs Ford uses are Osrams, very high quality stuff. Osram and Philips are THE best manufacturers of HID equipment around, period. That being said, they're also very overpriced if you want aftermarket parts from them or OEM.

As for the concern over glare, these will not glare, while the projector is meant for halogens, it's still a projector, just a low-quality one. You do get a relatively clean beam. The "glare" you see from crappy kits are when people put HIDs in normal, reflector halogen housings.

The light bounces around all these reflectors and causes that bad glare and absolute garbage for usable light for the driver.

Stay away from 55w, they run too hot and will eventually warp the plastic housing. 35w is hotter than halogens but is a good medium.
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This is the kit i went with personally. The kit will include absolutely everything you need; bulbs, ballast, connections ect. The bulb sizes are h11 and I went with an 8k temperature which is blue. The Hids run at 35 watts, its not hot enough to melt your housing or anything. I can post a picture tomorrow of the Hids when they are on.

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So you're saying the bulb size needed for raxiom projectors is H11? I haven't been able to find an answer.


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So you're saying the bulb size needed for raxiom projectors is H11? I haven't been able to find an answer.


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Raxiom headlights take H11 bulbs. Hids are fine in the Raxiom Halo headlights, they do not produce glare. It is better to get 35 watts as 55 watt hid may melt the inside housing on the headlight,
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So you're saying the bulb size needed for raxiom projectors is H11? I haven't been able to find an answer.


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Yes the raxiom headlights take an h9 bulb, h11 if you go with the hid kit mentioned above
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So you're saying the bulb size needed for raxiom projectors is H11? I haven't been able to find an answer.


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No. The raxiom projection headlights take H9 bulb size. The H13 bulb size is the OEM headlights. H13 bulbs are too big to fit in the raxiom projection headlights. I know this because I just installed a pair of raxiom halo smoked projection headlights on my 2011 3.7.

I also had installed a 35W 6000k HID set and originally ordered the kit with H13 bulbs. I had to get H9 bulbs to fit the Raxiom lights and now I have a pair of brand new H13 hid bulbs left and never been used.

Anyone interested in brand new replacement H13 hid bulbs, make an offer. Remember, these H13 hid bulbs will fit into your OEM headlights but not the Raxiom lights.
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No. The raxiom projection headlights take H9 bulb size. The H13 bulb size is the OEM headlights. H13 bulbs are too big to fit in the raxiom projection headlights. I know this because I just installed a pair of raxiom halo smoked projection headlights on my 2011 3.7.

I also had installed a 35W 6000k HID set and originally ordered the kit with H13 bulbs. I had to get H9 bulbs to fit the Raxiom lights and now I have a pair of brand new H13 hid bulbs left and never been used.

Anyone interested in brand new replacement H13 hid bulbs, make an offer. Remember, these H13 hid bulbs will fit into your OEM headlights but not the Raxiom lights.

I never stated they were h13
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I never stated they were h13
I know you never said OEM headlights took H13 bulbs. Im saying H13 bulbs the factory headlights take.

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The kit i listed above from Stangmods comes with an adapter. 1 end plugs into the oem h13 harness, the other end contains the h11 bulb. I have h11 bulbs and that fit perfectly fine to the raxiom projector. H9 and h11 have the same bases, they are both smaller and fit into the raxiom projector. The h13 is to large. And i know this because ive had this kit installed for quite a while. I know what im talking about.
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The kit i listed above from Stangmods comes with an adapter. 1 end plugs into the oem h13 harness, the other end contains the h11 bulb. I have h11 bulbs and that fit perfectly fine to the raxiom projector. H9 and h11 have the same bases, they are both smaller and fit into the raxiom projector. The h13 is to large. And i know this because ive had this kit installed for quite a while. I know what im talking about.
I didn't know H11 bulbs are the same size as H9 bulbs.

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The base is the same size, both fit. The difference is the connector. The h9 fits into the stock oem 3 pin connector from the headlight on the car. The h11 has a 2 pin connector, however the kit i listed above comes with an adapter; 2-3 prong, allowing the h11 hid to properly connect inside the raxiom headlight. They both have the same size base
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Ive been referring to the hid kit i listed above. If you dont want hid then the bulb is basic h9 for the raxiom headlight. The kit i listed above comes with an h11 however contains an adapter that connects to the oem headlight plug
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Ive been referring to the hid kit i listed above. If you dont want hid then the bulb is basic h9 for the raxiom headlight. The kit i listed above comes with an h11 however contains an adapter that connects to the oem headlight plug

So if I don't get the kit linked above I should get H9 bulb size?


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So if I'm reading this correctly my Raxiom H9 bulbs can be converted to the HID H11s?
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H9 and H11 'hid' bulbs are gonna be same 'if' you buy a complete hid kit. I currently have h9 hids in my H11 fog projector housing.

Also, it's better to go with h9 than H11 just because of the amount of the light they produce. They're 'supposedly' high beams, and this is what most people do who are wanting to get more light out of their stock H11 headlights.

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