Title sums it up pretty well, I'm using another OEM part from some other car on my Cobra. Yay! :tongue3: 2013 Mustang GT's showed up on dealer floors a few years ago and yours truly noticed that they came with LED fog lights... cue the gears turning. Now, Ford wants something in the neighborhood of $500 for EACH fog light :nono: Obviously that price isn't very easy to swallow. Thankfully a company called Starkey Products has take off lights. They also only want $230 for a new set, not bad. [ LINKY ] I think we can get them for cheaper... hmm, seems they have a clearance section! Boom, same lights for $120 because they are 'blemished'. SOLD! [ LINKY ] The blemish won't matter because I'm just after the LED and optic. Also, I wanted that nice weather proof plug for the back so I picked up this adapter harness. [ LINKY ] So $120 for lights and $50 for the harness. We are obviously more than plug and play LED's at this point but half the price of an HID projector retrofit. :headbang: [TABLE="class: grid, width: 500, align: left"] [TR] [TD]Pros[/TD] [TD]Cons[/TD] [/TR] [TR] [TD]Instant on/ No warm up[/TD] [TD]Price[/TD] [/TR] [TR] [TD]Pure 5000k white output[/TD] [TD]Lots of DIY Modification[/TD] [/TR] [TR] [TD]Sharp Cutoff[/TD] [TD]Price lol[/TD] [/TR] [/TABLE] Now, on to the photos! This next photo is without the optic on the front, it shows how important the optic really is. Those sumbishes 'permasealed' the optic into the housing... this will be fun to get out. Finally, here is the actual LED emitter, that little guy is putting out all of this light. Looking at it directly is like gazing at the sun lol So, let me know what you guys think. I'll keep this thread updated as I go along.