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Old 02-27-2011, 11:51 AM   #41  
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I had an epiphany one day and no longer turn on the halo's in my fogs, although they're still there, and I got rid of my halo headlights a long time ago.
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Old 02-27-2011, 12:13 PM   #42  
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Are your AEs white or blue? I am a little unsure by looking at the photo. Sometimes the LED AEs true colors don't come through very well in photos.
Mine are actually white, but I took this photo and for some reason that color was the outcome..... I really like the look of the AEs and always positive comments on them.
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Old 02-27-2011, 02:18 PM   #43  
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Guess I am oldschool when I say halo's have no business on any car but a beemer... Same as under car lighting should be limited to "riceburners".

But, to each their own.
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Old 02-28-2011, 02:18 PM   #44  
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Mine are actually white, but I took this photo and for some reason that color was the outcome..... I really like the look of the AEs and always positive comments on them.
sorry for all of the questions, but:
1) where did you buy them? (name, website, phone)
2) part number?, price?
3) what is the diameter of the ring?
4) did you take your headlight assembly apart and install the LED ring yourself? If so, how hard do you feel it was to install it? Any fogging or leaking inside the lens?

Thanks in advance for the response.
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Old 03-01-2011, 06:46 PM   #45  
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sorry for all of the questions, but:
1) where did you buy them? (name, website, phone)
2) part number?, price?
3) what is the diameter of the ring?
4) did you take your headlight assembly apart and install the LED ring yourself? If so, how hard do you feel it was to install it? Any fogging or leaking inside the lens?

Thanks in advance for the response.
I got them here

http://www.americanmuscle.com/smoked...ghts-0509.html

No need to bake or anything, u do need to remove the front bumper, but a real easy job, just time consuming.

Hope this helps
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Old 03-02-2011, 09:48 AM   #46  
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I got them here

http://www.americanmuscle.com/smoked...ghts-0509.html

No need to bake or anything, u do need to remove the front bumper, but a real easy job, just time consuming.

Hope this helps
Very economical for an entire headlight assembly ($164 for a pair). It had cost me $100 just for the for LED rings alone, then we had to bake and install them (6+ hours). How is the quality of the headlight assemblies? Lenses seem durable? Is the beam of light coming from the headlight itself comparable to the OEM headlight? Thanks.
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Old 03-02-2011, 06:28 PM   #47  
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Lens seems okay, wouldn't say that they are great quality, but do the job. I have HIDs in mine so they are bright. I took my OEM lights off the car when I bought it..... So hard to say how they compare.
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Understood. One more question, are the AEs very bright and clearly visible during the day when they are on? I noticed a few reviews on the store's web site that mentioned they don't show up well in daylight.
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Mine show up fine...... Always drive with them on! They are actually brighter than the first set I had from a different company.
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What do they look like with the head light on? I feel like with just the LED's, it gives the Mustang a 8) look. Very wide eyed.

But like everyone says, they do look good on the Beemers and Camaros.
What size are the angel eye rings you install On you're mustang
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