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Old 02-22-2015, 04:35 PM   #1
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2010-2012 mustang headlight retrofit

I retrofitted the headlights on my 2012 mustang, looks so mean! Coupled with the XbB color changing halos. Heres pictures of the red, blue and green


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Wow man that does look good

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Old 02-22-2015, 05:14 PM   #3
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And the HID headights are so much brighter
Give a clean cut off so you wont blind other drivers

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Red makes it look like a terminator...


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Looks awesome. What did you buy to get this setup?
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Did your car have day time running lights?
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How did you do it and what did it cost? Looks great!


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I still have the daytime running lights on,
What i did was wire the halos up to the ignition fuse, so anytime i turn the key, my halos will automatically turn on
And then my headlights function normally
Its a retrofit kit, in total cost about a grand
Its EXTREMELY labor intensive but its worth it!

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The projectors dont stay on since you have day time running lights?
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Actually i said that wrong, i DONT have daytime running lights, but the halos are always on unless i turn them off with the remote.
The projectors are just for the actual headlight itself,

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Old 02-22-2015, 09:03 PM   #11
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Ahh okay. Always wanted projector headlights. Daytime running lights prevent me
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Old 02-22-2015, 09:05 PM   #12
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I highly recomend projectors
If you get true HIDs theyre a lot brighter and safer
And dont blind other drivers like halogen reflectors do.
The retrofit also creates a clean cutoff line

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I still have the daytime running lights on,
What i did was wire the halos up to the ignition fuse, so anytime i turn the key, my halos will automatically turn on
And then my headlights function normally
Its a retrofit kit, in total cost about a grand
Its EXTREMELY labor intensive but its worth it!

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a grand??? so i'm assuming you payed to have em done? who did them hid guy??
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Yeahhaha theyre pricey but well worth it
My brother actually does retrofitting for the new tundras, so he did a pair for my mustang

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Dang if they weren't so pricey!
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Looks amazing but its really expensive..
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If you have the time and patience you can diy for less then 200$
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Can't justify a grand for them but yes they do look great and very unique. Won't be seeing much of those.


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Yeahhaha theyre pricey but well worth it
My brother actually does retrofitting for the new tundras, so he did a pair for my mustang

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No discount from the brother?! Would have made my bro make them for free. Family.


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I did it my self when I had my civic a few years ago. Painted the chrome housing black and mounted projectors with halos. Came out great.
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