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Save $: HID/Xenon headlight conversion: lower price+free ship @ PFYC-PartsForYourCar

Lower pricing plus free shipping on HID/Xenon headlight conversion kits at PFYC - PartsForYourCar!

We've negotiated lower pricing on our top of the line HID / Xenon headlight conversion kits and we're passing the savings along to our beloved customers and friends. Save even more this week by getting them shipped free in the lower 48 states.

Use promo code HIDPOSITIVE until June 26, 2012 to receive your free shipping (offer valid in continental USA only).

THESE HAVE A LIFETIME, NO HASSLE WARRANTY COVERING EVERY PART OF THE KIT - EVEN THE BULBS! Super easy to install, the tiny, all-digital ballasts are shock proof and have been tested in extreme environments such as snowmobiles, off-road dirtbikes, motorcycles, and other temperature and vibration extremes, so you know they'll work great for your car.

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A cutting edge, super small ballast, high quality bulbs, and lifetime warranty make this the best HID kit you can buy. We know less expensive kits are available, but this kit will beat any of them on quality and warranty and service hands down.

If you've ever wanted to upgrade your headlights to HID (also called xenon or high intensity discharge), PFYC has been searching for years for the right kit and we think we've finally found something that meets or exceeds our quality and design standards. Many higher-end cars come with HID headlights for a reason - they are three times as bright as halogens and light up the road like you've never experienced before. The light output is a pure white, closer to sunlight than the yellow tint of your standard halogen lights. Not even "white" halogen bulbs can compete with true HID lights.

This kit is made of the highest quality components like a fully digital, very small ballast and more. Unlike many others on the market, we back this up not only with excellent customer service, but also a lifetime warranty on all the parts of the kit including the bulbs! A quantity of 1 will give you a full set of two bulbs, two ballasts, two igniters, and installation instructions.

NOTE: For off-road or exhibition use only. May not be approved for street use in your area. Please check local laws before purchasing.

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Nice! Which model fits the 2011 mustang gt?? Also whats all involved with the install?


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Nice! Which model fits the 2011 mustang gt?? Also whats all involved with the install?
We've got a link on the ordering page to the application guide for bulbs but I looked up a 2011 Mustang and if you do NOT have factory HID (I assume you don't, since you wouldn't be upgrading to it), your car requires an H13 for both high and low. You should double check this with what's actually installed and also double check that your bulb does both high and low in a single bulb.

If so, you'll want the dual filament H13 high/low bi-xenon kit if you need high and low beam.

Installation on 98% of cars is simply hooking power and ground up to the ballasts and then plugging the factory H13 connector into the ballast and the ballast into the plug. The "difficult" part (I use difficult as a very relative term considering the rest is only minutes of work) is finding a nice location to mount the ballasts, but that's where their tiny size comes in handy. You can pretty much tuck them anywhere.

I installed TWO kits on my motorcycle and was able to find hiding room on it, so a car should be easy.


Please let me know if I can help further.
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