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Old 09-10-2014, 08:25 PM   #1
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Replacing GT/CS Lower Valance with Grill Fog lights?

Has anyone done what the title says?
The Mustang GT/CS has the lower valance fog lights but I am thinking the fog lights on the grill look better.

I am thinking I would need to get either one of these (not sure of difference):
Grill 1
Grill 2

And these lights:
Lights

Has anyone done this before? I am wondering I can use the old fog light wiring for the grill lights...
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My v6 had the lower valance lights and I changed them to an OEM gt grille. Starkey makes an adapter harness with one end that connects to the original wiring and the other end connects to the back of the OEM fogs. Plug and play. I believe the harness is around $50.

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the Boss 302 grill is a little cheaper, and has the fog light delete discs that I KNOW are removable. This is what you should get.

the Boss 302 S grill has a little more airflow b/c of more of the honeycomb's being open in the middle. But it has wire mesh in the foglights, which I'm not sure if its removable.

Personally, I'd prefer the foglight less grill for better airflow. Its funny a lot of GT guys remove their foglights for billet grills or other foglight less (better airflow) designs. And then there's the V6 guy's adding foglights..... everybody wants what they don't have!
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You can always try a entire different front end with LED lights .
I took the entire front end off if my GT-CS and replaced it with Cervini's kit because I needed room for the super charger and intercooler.
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