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post #1 of 42 (permalink) Old 08-14-2010, 03:13 PM Thread Starter
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Cool Bob's PIAA Stealth Driving Lights 08 Bullitt

Here is a walk-through of Bob's Stealth Driving Light install.

Probably the best thing I can do is NUMBER each photo. That way, you can direct your comments/questions to a particular number, then Bob can respond to what you're saying/asking.

This one doesn't need a number. It's obviously the wizard's workshop.
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Jim/Bob -- thanks for the details -- I'm pretty sure that I'm going to do this mod. I've got smoked headlight covers and these PIAA lamps will really help...

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fellows i want thu thank my yankee budy way up in ohio the one un only(JIMBO)for doing this thread,i can doit all but cant do thu pics.
this project was ongoing for 8 mo.i ruined 2 lower grills,broke 5 drill bits,un nearly pulled my hair out,when allalong the solution was looking rite atme.was out of other options.the silver horse racing splitter was the answer,with objects to over come.the lights turned out a lot better than expected,great road lights.they haft to be on or ya dont see them.
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Pretty cool Bobby. How does it switch on and off? Do you have a toggle switch under the dash? I spoke to a guy last week about installing the fog kit in this Steeda fascia (as well as the brake cooling duct kit) and he recommended installing a rocker or toggle switch under the dash and running it off an auxiliary circuit so it can be easily converted back to stock. The way Tiger had his installed was a little more intensive and permanent.



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ken first of all ya sure got a sharp looking stang.
with the piaa kit comes everthing ya need,ya get a small micro switch that is so small un lite it will stick anywhere ya wantit.mine is about 12 in below the st wheel, on thu steering colum,and indepant of low or high beam,usem when ya want to.
they strong so ya gota keepem low.
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ken first of all ya sure got a sharp looking stang.
with the piaa kit comes everthing ya need,ya get a small micro switch that is so small un lite it will stick anywhere ya wantit.mine is about 12 in below the st wheel, on thu steering colum,and indepant of low or high beam,usem when ya want to.
they strong so ya gota keepem low.

Thanks Bobby. I like a lot of the changes you have done to yours. Mine is still stock, but I think this Steeda fascia will be a subtle but sharp looking change. I'm not sure how strong the Steeda fog lamps are but they usually make quality stuff.


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fellows just bringing this thread back one time,then its onits on.this is not just fog lites like on thu gt,but long range driving lites.maby ya needem or wantem ur maby not.
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Would someone be able to install a GT headlight switch and use the foglight function on it to turn on these driving lights?
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Would someone be able to install a GT headlight switch and use the foglight function on it to turn on these driving lights?
Tigerhonaker did that with his. See this post:

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Bob has a long history of installing stealth driving lights. Here's a pic of his very first install.


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mike i would say that could be done,hookem up to the gt switch.but but there would be no need to do that thu switch is bout $60.00.
the piaa lights i have came with everthing ya need.the switch is one of the best things about them.its a very small micro switch bout size ya thumb nail.will stick anywhere ya wantit.mine is bout 12"below st. wheel on st.colim.that way they are indipendant of high or low beam.
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jimbo my first install was a sucess on thu lasalle,un i coulda gota patton onem but ford stoldit un puttem on their gt.
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jimbo my first install was a sucess on thu lasalle,un i coulda gota patent on em but ford stold it un put em on their gt.

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Bobby, They look great very ingenious installation still very low key the way i like em.Nice job.

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