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Old 10-28-2008, 04:02 PM   #1
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These are the Gen 2 Dual Projector Headlights with light up Halo and black background. I personally think these are the best looking projector headlights available for the Mustang. I bought them for my 2004 Cobra but never installed them, they are new in box.

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is this a direct replacement kit? or is there new wiring and cable routing ot do? and are these as bright or brighter then the stock headlights? im in the market for a new pair. thanks.
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is this a direct replacement kit? or is there new wiring and cable routing ot do? and are these as bright or brighter then the stock headlights? im in the market for a new pair. thanks.
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I have never used them, but I believe the stock bulb housings lock into place like usual. So unless you use brighter bulbs I don't think there will be a brightness difference. The only thing that needs to be wired up appears to be teh halo ring around the projector part. Of course you could opt not to light that part up and then you would not have to do anything special for installation.

But i will try to look these over again and get back to you to make sure I am remembering correctly
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Where'd you get them from? Who makes them? Friend is interested....
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I have never used them, but I believe the stock bulb housings lock into place like usual. So unless you use brighter bulbs I don't think there will be a brightness difference. The only thing that needs to be wired up appears to be teh halo ring around the projector part. Of course you could opt not to light that part up and then you would not have to do anything special for installation.

But i will try to look these over again and get back to you to make sure I am remembering correctly


Just looked them over. They come with bulbs for the headlights already installed and the adapter to plug into the stock headlights is already wired up . Just need to power up the optional halo
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Not sure who makes them. Got them off of eBay. Look well made though.

Someone needs to buy them quick or I am going to go ahead and put them on my Cobra
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How much power do they draw from the headlamp harness?
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How much power do they draw from the headlamp harness?

Eww, good question. I think stock is 35W is stock. These are prolly 55w.

I'd use them and get HID's. They'd be perfect for them.
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i've been wondering when someone would make a decent projector head light for the new edge. always thought a project would look good on the cars.
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