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Just Put in these new head lights from a company called Spyder cost $215 (prices jump from 215 to 300 on ebay and amazon) of course came with no instructions but installation was pretty easy!. Lights came in Plug and Play except the halo eyes which was pretty easy to test which goes where. The lights that came with the setup I will definitely be changing only bad thing is actually 2 bad things one you have to remove the bumper and remove all harnesses(except the red and black got the halo eyes because its directly spliced on the turn signal plug) and use a phillips head to remove like 5 screws on the back of it and also doing my research a lot of people said that they failed to mention that you cant fit hid or led bulbs in it. I opened it up (Wish I took that pic🤦🏿‍♂️) but its regular plug and play bulbs I think they are slightly dim but I did install this during the day so what I will be doing is checking it out when its dark to determine if Imma just get some higher watt regular bulbs. And dont worry the fog lights are in the mail cant leave Holiday half way looking! I know this is a long post but definitely would like the forumz opinion on this “Should I Plasti dip the chrome grill matt black or leave it chrome im stuck on it” Ight im out! PEACE!!!
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that looks Sooo much cooler,
i've been wanting to colour match my front grill, gloss black same as the body, will get around to it one day soon,
 

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Def do the grill. I put gloss black grill on mine....
 

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I installed HID’s a long while back (i posted it somewhere on here). HID’s will work with some minor modifications and a added relay harness so you still have high and low beams and ballast for the HID’s.
Down side for me... after a while, the HID’s light output seems to dim a bit. I eventually took the headlights apart and noticed the reflective part of the inside of the projector was very discolored (“cheap” quality projector headlights) and I did my own retrofit.
And recently I changed my headlights again and did my own all black HID projector headlights with demon eyes!
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