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Anyone knows if these headlights are compatible with the adaptive lighting system?
Do you mean the motion-enabled lights that turn while you turn? No, I don't suspect these lights have the mechanisms built into them to project at different angles.

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hmmmmmm…. so it's compatible with GT huh?

I too wish they swiveled like the current GT models with the Adaptive Front Lighting system

Will look further into this as i may just be interested now.

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hmmmmmm…. so it's compatible with GT huh?

I too wish they swiveled like the current GT models with the Adaptive Front Lighting system

Will look further into this as i may just be interested now.

If the don't adapt, neither will I.
For $600 don't get your hopes up. The mechanism to do that alone costs a pretty penny. $600 is a good standard price for a new set of headlights with some nice LEDs.

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hmmmmmm…. so it's compatible with GT huh?

I too wish they swiveled like the current GT models with the Adaptive Front Lighting system

Will look further into this as i may just be interested now.

If the don't adapt, neither will I.
I figured that the reason for the separate high beam is because you lose the adaptive lighting/bi-xenon function of the GT, so it's there to compensate. But if you have GT, why would you even think about these? The stock headlight is nice enough.
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Anyone knows if these headlights are compatible with the adaptive lighting system?
Do you mean the motion-enabled lights that turn while you turn? No, I don't suspect these lights have the mechanisms built into them to project at different angles.
Yes. Well if they aren't compatible with the ALS then is a shame because they look better than the stock ones. But I won't sacrifice functionality.
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Y'all are crazy for even considering swapping out the GT headlights for these aftermarket ones. The GT headlights look so much better, IMO.
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these are cool for the sport and touring guys. I personally am a fan of retrofitting and would stick a set of LS430 projectors into the 6 and make some LED shapes. Which would be about the same 600 minus the hours it takes to get it working.....

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I figured that the reason for the separate high beam is because you lose the adaptive lighting/bi-xenon function of the GT, so it's there to compensate. But if you have GT, why would you even think about these? The stock headlight is nice enough.
If I had a GT I would never consider this...550-600 could go towards so many other worth while upgrades rather than replacing a light that already looks & functions good....which is why it would be SO stupid if these were only compatible with GT's!
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If I had a GT I would never consider this...550-600 could go towards so many other worth while upgrades rather than replacing a light that already looks & functions good....which is why it would be SO stupid if these were only compatible with GT's!
What we know 100% for sure - D2S HID low beam, LED connector same as the GT LED connector, pics are of GT, pics of headlight in box is just headlight, no extra parts (wiring harness for LED, H11 adaptor). I don't see anything besides a separate high beam that says these will work with a Sport or Touring.

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