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Can anyone direct me to the right place to purchase what I need for these??

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Thank you both!!
 

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Classic Design Concepts is the way to go. You can order them from the Mustang Weekly link above. I installed them on mine and they were simple.... no wires to cut, unlike a lot of other kits out there. Just remove each taillamp, Change over the bulbs to the new harness they give you, and plug the new harness in and reinstall the taillamp. Give's it a great look.....especially at night. If your looking for another opinion, ask Y2K16T8. He also has the CDC kit.
 

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I've researched this issue for a couple of months, and CDC seems to have the best offering. The quality seems high, and the installation seems fool-proof. One can even retain the original wiring harness in order to return it quickly to it's stock configuration - sure beats cutting wires!

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Randy R...
 

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I ordered from ponyperformance as well. They work great, you just have to use a little muscle to make sure the connections stay. I had 1 problem where I had to take the one taillight out again becuase I didn't crimp one of the connections too well. Other than that they look Awesome.
 

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One note with the CDC kit: Along with the turnsignals, the brake lights are also sequential. It's not as slow, but when you apply the brake, they light up from the center-out. Personally, I don't mind... but some people might.
 

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On 2001-10-19 16:16, Bullitt4542 wrote:
One note with the CDC kit: Along with the turnsignals, the brake lights are also sequential. It's not as slow, but when you apply the brake, they light up from the center-out. Personally, I don't mind... but some people might.

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I believe that all of these kits cause this functionality w/the brake lights.
 

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I think the Bullitt was meant to be low profile. I think putting fancy blinking lights, those clear lights, and chrome wheels just goes against the theme of the car. A blue Bullitt, with Girl driver, with fancy blinking lights makes me think of the blue Power Puff girl. :razz: But, I will admit, I thought the chrome wheels looked pretty good.

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Thanks for the info Cobra... i wasn't sure if all of them were like that or not. And Don, i have had no plans on altering my Bullitt in any serious way. I like the stock look, but the sequential lights have caught the attention of a lot of people, and I like how they look, which is all that matters.
 

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No offence intended. I’ve never seen the lights in action, and I might even end up liking them my self. The razz was meant for Dona, Blue BULLITT #4841 (bubbles?) :razz:
 

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No prob....we're all friends here.
 

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Razz? Meant for me?? But why??

Am I Bubbles?? Or is that a private thing?

I'm still just THINKING about the sequential turn signals...I don't want to cut anything that came stock, so if that's the only way, I won't do it!

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CDC's require no cutting. Just swapping harnesses...then you can keep the stock unit or send it in to CDC for a $75 rebate (they use the stock harnesses to modify their product).I think this is the way to go for cleanliness and simplicity.
 

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The CDC kit is the way to go. Just plug them in. Took about an hour from start to finish. Not much more money than the competitors and well worth not having to cut your wiring harness.
 

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CDC is $199 plus the $75 core charge makes it $274. If you return the core then you can't put your turn signals back to factory any way. I'd take the, cut two wires that no one can see for $99. If the next guy wants the uncut wire harness then he can go buy is my thought. Course this advise and a $1.00 will buy you a soda.

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