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Old 04-04-2014, 12:19 PM   #1
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10-13 non rs oracle halo on '14 non rs headlights

Is it possible to put the 10-13 oracle kit on the 2014? I saw online that the only kit for the '14 is the one that goes along the edge of the headlight which I think looks silly.
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Old 04-13-2014, 11:01 PM   #2
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Well the 2014 non RS headlights "appear" to have dual "lights" side by side so to speak. You might be able to pull it off using two sets of rings, basically placing a ring in each "light chamber". Not sure what else to call it other than chamber. However, maybe give AAC a call anyway. My guess is, they may have already tried this type of halo setup in the new headlights and it looked really off leading them to go with the outline version for the non-RS. IMO, their non-RS version doesn't look that bad. I don't care for the additional signal light part but the surround for the main light doesn't look too bad. If you think about it and look at some of the newer cars, it seems alot are moving away from the angel eye look and going to the outline or 3/4 outline setup. Anyway, maybe call AAC and talk to them to see if they may have looked at that type of setup.
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