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Old 08-10-2014, 11:17 PM   #1
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New headlight questions before buying?

I'm looking for better light output and mainly to convert to an HID setup if possible. With the front of my car, idk if I want to go with the smoked or clear. The clear will give better lighting, but that's a lot of chrome. But the black may look better, yet sacrifices light output. I'm not sure. Also, I'm getting clear raxiom halo hid fog lights. I have the drl feature on my car. Can I splice the lights so that when I put the car in gear, it'll run the halo light instead of the main headlight??? Click image for larger version

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I thought the Raxiom heaights weren't compatible with DRls??
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If you want a set of Raxiom Halo HID's super super cheap let me know!
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I'm looking for better light output and mainly to convert to an HID setup if possible. With the front of my car, idk if I want to go with the smoked or clear. The clear will give better lighting, but that's a lot of chrome. But the black may look better, yet sacrifices light output. I'm not sure. Also, I'm getting clear raxiom halo hid fog lights. I have the drl feature on my car. Can I splice the lights so that when I put the car in gear, it'll run the halo light instead of the main headlight??? Attachment 163217


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Did it all except the foglights. Some things I've learned in the process:

1) If you're going with the Raxioms and putting in HIDs: It technically voids the warranty, they're not made for them. They DO have a projector, but it's made for Halogens. You MUST use 35w, 55w runs too hot and eventually you will warp or melt the housing.

Make sure you buy a QUALITY kit. None of this Amazon or eBay crap. I learned that the hard way lol. I bought my full Morimoto kit from retrofitsource.com for $175 including the relay harness, bulbs, ballasts and wiring. No complaints whatsoever.

2) The headlights use an H9 connector, your stock headlights are H13, this is important. With the Morimoto kit I ordered an H9 kit and the relay ended up plugging up perfectly.

3) Inspect the seals on the headlights when you get them. I had a lot of fogging issues due to a bad seal. If you find one, seal the whole seam with heat resistant silicone.

4) If you get the smoked lenses like I have, your output will suffer. With the HIDs it's not TOO terrible but it's not great.

5) Make sure you calibrate them properly and take your time to get the cut-off correct.

6) As for the Halos, I spliced them into my parking lights. It turns them on when I have my parking lights on or when my headlights are on. If you have DRLs, you just need to find the correct wire to splice into and you should be good. I don't have those so I couldn't tell you. Make SURE you solder. Don't waste time and headaches with those crap splice clips.
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Did it all except the foglights. Some things I've learned in the process:



1) If you're going with the Raxioms and putting in HIDs: It technically voids the warranty, they're not made for them. They DO have a projector, but it's made for Halogens. You MUST use 35w, 55w runs too hot and eventually you will warp or melt the housing.



Make sure you buy a QUALITY kit. None of this Amazon or eBay crap. I learned that the hard way lol. I bought my full Morimoto kit from retrofitsource.com for $175 including the relay harness, bulbs, ballasts and wiring. No complaints whatsoever.



2) The headlights use an H9 connector, your stock headlights are H13, this is important. With the Morimoto kit I ordered an H9 kit and the relay ended up plugging up perfectly.



3) Inspect the seals on the headlights when you get them. I had a lot of fogging issues due to a bad seal. If you find one, seal the whole seam with heat resistant silicone.



4) If you get the smoked lenses like I have, your output will suffer. With the HIDs it's not TOO terrible but it's not great.



5) Make sure you calibrate them properly and take your time to get the cut-off correct.



6) As for the Halos, I spliced them into my parking lights. It turns them on when I have my parking lights on or when my headlights are on. If you have DRLs, you just need to find the correct wire to splice into and you should be good. I don't have those so I couldn't tell you. Make SURE you solder. Don't waste time and headaches with those crap splice clips.

So should one order the ones with the factory HID option or the regular ones. There is no specific wire from my understanding. Just when you put the car into drive, it turns the headlights on. So I was wondering... Could I just use that to turn the halo on and run the halo instead of burning the hid bulbs 24/7


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Yes you can that's what I did when I had mine in only the halo projector was on


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I thought the Raxiom heaights weren't compatible with DRls??

Few people on am and in the cyclone national group have done this apparently. You either lose them, which would be nice...or it's because it supplies constant power to the bulbs. Hid is an all power or no basis. 6v is what's for the drl to operate. And it needs 12... So it may flicker but so far everyone has had no problems.


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I thought all of Raxiom's smoked lights were just a black housing with a clear lens? Sure did seem like it when I had their smoked halo head lights and fogs on my 06.

I think you're overthinking this. Even if the smoked lights are slightly tinted (it'd have to be a tiny amount), I don't think it would significantly affect light output.
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You could always find a set of used chrome Raxioms, pop 'em open and paint all the chrome black. Wam bam, you've got the blacked out look, but retain a clear lens
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I have chrome raxiom HIDs super cheap for sale.... Lmao


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I'm looking for better light output and mainly to convert to an HID setup if possible. With the front of my car, idk if I want to go with the smoked or clear. The clear will give better lighting, but that's a lot of chrome. But the black may look better, yet sacrifices light output. I'm not sure. Also, I'm getting clear raxiom halo hid fog lights. I have the drl feature on my car. Can I splice the lights so that when I put the car in gear, it'll run the halo light instead of the main headlight??? Attachment 163217
Hey,

Looks like I'm a little late to the punch here and you've gotten some solid info! If there's anything I can help out with let me know or shoot me a PM, I'm always here to help out!

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Hey,

Looks like I'm a little late to the punch here and you've gotten some solid info! If there's anything I can help out with let me know or shoot me a PM, I'm always here to help out!

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Hi Alex,

I asked a very similar as the OP last week, and although Dan gave a response, it didn't answer my question and that question is still unresolved. Can you please take a look at the thread and advise? Thanks!
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Those look cool. But are they compatible with aftermarket HID kits, or just for halogens?

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Those look cool. But are they compatible with aftermarket HID kits, or just for halogens?

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I think if you go aftermaket, it would be because you have halogen. So I assuming yes? And even factory I suppose. I'll be buying these and getting a stangmod hid kit


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I think if you go aftermaket, it would be because you have halogen. So I assuming yes? And even factory I suppose. I'll be buying these and getting a stangmod hid kit


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Oh no, I don't think so. There are different halo projector sets, those meant for halogen bulbs/ballasts, those meant for HID. If you use HID on the projectors meant for halogen, you can burn the projector, which is why AM voids the warranty if you mix them. That's why grabber has those projectors sitting in his garage that he can't use, he accidentally bought the HID kind even though he has stock halogen lights.

It's confusing as heck, I'm wanting to do the exact same thing as you (I have a 2012 v6 with factory halogen) but I haven't gotten a straight answer on what I need to buy to do the conversion. One second, I'll copy one of the answers I got on my post from last week that made sense.

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Here you go. This is what the use RomanG said on my thread:

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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Here you go. This is what the use RomanG said on my thread:

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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So I'll need the non hid because I don't have oem hid. I believe if you go higher than a 55w kit, you'll burn it. I'm debating 35 or 55 and what color temp. 5 or 6. I want a crisp white


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So I'll need the non hid because I don't have oem hid. I believe if you go higher than a 55w kit, you'll burn it. I'm debating 35 or 55 and what color temp. 5 or 6. I want a crisp white


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Correct. That is my understanding. If you get the Raxiom halos meant for halogens, and this HID set from StangMods, you should be all set: StangMods Raxiom HID Projector Lights Fits 2010-2012 Mustangs

I think that's what I'm going to do. Those are 35W. On the other thread multiple people said that 55W kits are a waste of money. Not much brighter and burn out faster.
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So I'll need the non hid because I don't have oem hid. I believe if you go higher than a 55w kit, you'll burn it. I'm debating 35 or 55 and what color temp. 5 or 6. I want a crisp white


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I'll warn you. Do not go 55w. Runs too hot. May not do it right away, but it WILL warp the housings eventually for those headlights that are not meant for HIDs. 35w is a good medium.
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So I'll need the non hid because I don't have oem hid. I believe if you go higher than a 55w kit, you'll burn it. I'm debating 35 or 55 and what color temp. 5 or 6. I want a crisp white


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Just do what will (guy at McClary dealership) suggested,
With new wiring (to completely bypass the smart junction box)
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35 is more than enough. 55w is killer and more prone to problems. Get your kit from HID Extra or The Retrofit Source. 5000K is pure white, 6000K is white with a hint of cyan.
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35 is more than enough. 55w is killer and more prone to problems. Get your kit from HID Extra or The Retrofit Source. 5000K is pure white, 6000K is white with a hint of cyan.
+1 here. 55w almost halves the total life of your ballasts if nothing else for a minimal brightness gain.

I went with 6000k, very slightly blue and it matched my switchback LED's blue so it came out great.

5000k is if you want a more stock 13'14 look.
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Coty as said before go with a good brand hid kit. I had 2 kits (cheap) they looked cool but always had issues and lights went out all the time. I pulled them out and gave them away.
If you need any help with the installation of them bring that thing over .

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I'm looking for better light output and mainly to convert to an HID setup if possible. With the front of my car, idk if I want to go with the smoked or clear. The clear will give better lighting, but that's a lot of chrome. But the black may look better, yet sacrifices light output. I'm not sure. Also, I'm getting clear raxiom halo hid fog lights. I have the drl feature on my car. Can I splice the lights so that when I put the car in gear, it'll run the halo light instead of the main headlight??? Attachment 163217


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From one Boss 227 to another Boss 227 go with the Raxiom smoked halo headlights. I just installed a pair on my pony a few months ago and freaking love them. I also did research on HID kits for these headlights and installed 35W 6000k set.

Respectfully, I would caution you and NOT recommend getting 55W. Its my understanding 55W gets too hot and will cause issues with housing or melting of the wires. No issues reported of this with a 35W kit.



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From one Boss 227 to another Boss 227 go with the Raxiom smoked halo headlights. I just installed a pair on my pony a few months ago and freaking love them. I also did research on HID kits for these headlights and installed 35W 6000k set.

Respectfully, I would caution you and NOT recommend getting 55W. Its my understanding 55W gets too hot and will cause issues with housing or melting of the wires. No issues reported of this with a 35W kit.



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Ha ha ha. I accept bro. Actually so did not go with stang mods HID kit. I went here. Im really happy with them.

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