Headlight Bulb Xenon Blue Halogen 100/80W Pair 2005-2010

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Headlight Bulb Xenon Blue Halogen 100/80W Pair 2005-2010

Product Description

Pair of Xenon Blue 100/80W Halogen Headlight Bulbs for 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009 and 2010 Mustangs.

This pair of high-performance Xenon blue halogen bulbs have a special blue coating that provides a crisp white beam pattern and Xenon-look for your Mustang's Headlights. The bright white, Xenon-look output is closer in the visible light spectrum to daylight than a normal halogen bulb, which helps a driver's night vision while reducing eye fatigue and increasing safety. Each bulb produces an 80 watt low beam and 100 watt high beam.

Don't skip upgrading the exterior lighting of your Mustang. New Mustangs already feature exceptional lighting from the factory. If you don't want to spend a large sum of money on HIDs, Xenon bulbs are your best choice. Not only are these bulbs brighter than the stock bulbs, but they feature a bright white beam that looks great.

Sold as a pair.

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Product Questions

ad says 100/80w bulbs but in the picture written on the bulb it says 60/55w is this the wrong picture and are they really 100/80w.i am interested in them if they are 100/80w I already have 60/50w.

Asked by: sparky 654
The description is correct - they are 100w/80w.
Answered by: CJ Pony Parts
Date published: 2015-04-10

Are these street legal?

Asked by: hobag
They should be fine, but if you have doubts, we'd encourage you to check the specs against your local municipality's regulations to make sure.
Answered by: CJ Pony Parts
Date published: 2015-03-11

Are these bulbs White like 5000k hid or are they more blue like 6000k

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