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Old 12-20-2013, 10:25 AM   #1
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05-09 Headlight Splitters

Hey, sorry if it shouldn't be here. lol Has anybody seen or installed this style headlight splitter on their car? It has a row of LED's in it, which I thought was kinda cool.
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It looks like they just added a strip of LEDs in the splitter, not sure if they painted it or bought it the color they prefer. Will need to see it in the dark to see how good it looks
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Sorry, forgot to mention, they are sold prepainted through Stage3 Motorsports.

2005-2009 Mustang DG Custom LED Headlight Splitters (Painted) 45080-LW

Here is a pitch black shot borrowed from the company in the bottom corner. lol
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it says availability not for sale
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Awww, of course I find something cool and they aren't available.
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Awww, of course I find something cool and they aren't available.
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They look different. I'm not really feeling them but I don't hate them.
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I think part of the reason I like them is that built in bezel that kinda helps hide the factory gaps.
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I just notice that, that's a plus
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