The Ford Mustang has a rich American history that cemented its legacy in the car industry. One thing that the new Ford Mustang does not have is a working rear reflector. Instead, it has a bulb-less reflector that doesn’t have that great of a function. Thankfully, the Ford Mustang is quite an easy car to modify and there are plenty of aftermarket options available, like this Ford Mustang switchback LED Bulb that has tail light and reverse light feature.
You can never have too many sweet mods on a Ford Mustang! This Ford Mustang belongs to one of our guests, Sebastian, who came in and got a ton of new lights for his Mustang. The Ford Mustang is quite an easy car to modify and there are plenty of aftermarket options available, like this Ford Mustang switchback LED Bulb that has daytime running light mode and turn signal mode.
Halogen fog lights hardly come close to LED fog lights and do not have the output or capacity to have that pure white look. Fortunately, the LED Conversion Kit for the Ford Mustang completely gets rid of that halogen yellow fog lights to completely transform it into a gorgeous LED light. These high power 5202 LED fog lights make sure that you have adequate vehicular lighting and will definitely make heads turn wherever you go.
This switchback LED bulb is specially designed so that it functions as a rear fog light as well as a backup light. Switching from your stock bulb to the new switchback LED reverse light/fog light bulb is not complicated and involves some pretty straightforward steps. This LED rear fog light/reverse light upgrade is compatible with 2011-up Chevy Volt and the new 2015 Ford Mustang.
Step 1: Remove the Hex and Torx screws circled in red that are located at the bottom of the vehicle’s rear.
Looks like it’s that time of the year again where people from all walks of the car world gather together in Sin City’s Las Vegas Convention Center to see all of the industry’s latest products, greatest goods, and most epic car builds. There’s no mistaking that bright eyed anticipation of what this year’s SEMA show will bring and showcase. Last year, SEMA brought out 125,000 thousand people and it looks like that number will only increase year after year. While the SEMA show is not opened to the public (imagine the stampede that would cause), we are still able to attend and bring you the latest and greatest at this year’s SEMA.
Previous years featured the Nissan GTR in 2010, Chevy Camaro in 2011, the twins Scion FR-S/ Subaru BRZ in 2012, and the Lexus IS 250 350 in 2013. So what about this year?
The star of the show this year is the 2015 Ford Mustang, and more importantly, the King Cobra in all of its fierce glory. The crowd just erupted in cheers as the King Cobra was unveiled for good reason: this American bred animal brings in 600hp to the table and can conquer the quarter-mile in under 11 seconds. Just take a deep breath and absorb that info for a second.