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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 01-06-2020 Thread Starter
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The more expensive ones are Spyder the cheaper are Spec D. I already got the led projector ones from CJs and they suck I'll be returning. Terrible light output even with an upgraded h1 bulb. And I tried adjusting the beams but they just shoot out to the sides of the road. Look like a W with the center projecting like 3 feet out.

So anyway here are the two I cant tell any difference.

https://www.protuninglab.com/hid-pro...2010v2-bk.html

https://www.protuninglab.com/hid-lhp-mst10jm-v2-tm.html

I called them and they told me the brands.

Attached the current light output on the ones I'll be replacing. Hopefully these upgraded Xenon lights will be better.

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I am not sure what more I can add that was not already covered in your other thread
https://www.allfordmustangs.com/foru...-h1-bulbs.html

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Well those were regular halogen bulb headlights. I'm sending them back and ordering some HIDs.
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Do they make plug-n-play LED headlights for Mustangs yet?

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Your best bet would be OEM 2013-2014 HID Projector Headlights.

I don't know of any aftermarket ones that can match them yet.

The output pics of those two ProTuningLab ones aren't that great. Can't tell too much from those pics on their site, but they look uneven and they only posted the high beam pic. Plus looks like they are using an aftermarket HID kit instead of actual OEM HID bulbs, especially since it appears they sell those headlights with halogen bulbs as well.

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Got the protuning lab ones. The shop who put them in said they don't believe in HID but so far I'm pleased.
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I wonder how pleased oncoming drivers will be with them? let us know if you are getting flashed all the time . . .

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