neither is a stock 2nd gen GT...and there's a big hole down there. hey heres's an id ea, lets citiricize everything. oh wait here's another, lets' not...but we can dump our GTs and get a Honda! :lol:siragan said:It's a shame that all these bodykits have that huge intercooler vent. Do they not realize that the stock 3rd gen escort is NOT turbocharged?
you do realise stock escort lamps are adjustable? i have no poroboelm seeing things rahter far arway...I've done 115 mph with no problem seeing anything. As far as I can tellyyou're wihining and alone on the topic. sorry!siragan said:but the headlights DO make me faster at night. I can see things further away (the BMW lights throw so much better than the stock lights) and they also allow me to see deer/skunks and other things so I don't have to worry about slamming into stuff I can't see.
Stock lights are a pain. Ford should have made the option to upgrade those horrible lights to something decent. They're dangerous they're so bad. Especially when you drive at 30mph over the speed limit
egtdude... you obviously don't live in potsdam NY. The cows and deer outnumber the people here. In town I'll flick on my parking lights and fog lights... I don't even have any need for headlights. But when I get out of town, the headlights get put on. I completely agree, HIDs and even the E36 lights I have are a waste if you're in the city. In the adirondacks and "in the country" where I live, trees absolutely "eat" the light up... you need friggin bright lights if you want to be able to see the wildlife and other hazards on the road. For me, they're well worth it. If you live in the city, I wouldn't buy them because you really have absolutely no use for them. I agree completely with you.egtdude said:I have to ask... what is everyone fascination with the "blind the hell out of the oncoming traffic" headlights!?