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I got the 2012 GTS and I highly doubt it because I haven't even seen them for 2010, I don't know if you guys have an opinion on them but I think halos look pretty fresh especially on the new mazdas they would look real nice IMO, anyone know of any possibilities of aftermarket parts? I don't wanna bake the headlight and make my own...

Side question, any good brand HID fog lights?


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I got the 2012 GTS and I highly doubt it because I haven't even seen them for 2010, I don't know if you guys have an opinion on them but I think halos look pretty fresh especially on the new mazdas they would look real nice IMO, anyone know of any possibilities of aftermarket parts? I don't wanna bake the headlight and make my own...

Side question, any good brand HID fog lights?


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As far as I know, all the halo kits involve you having to bake your headlight assembly. Your best bet would probably be to buy another set of headlight assemblies and bake those if you don't want to risk baking your own.

Most people here recommend TRS for HIDs, but they're pretty expensive. I'm running DDM's and they have been pretty good.
 

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Umnitza has halo kits for our cars I think. But you will need to open the lights to install them.

As for HID, I would go for TRS Morimoto kit and call it a day.

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Thank you both very much for your feedback! I'll let you guys know what I decide and how it comes out
 
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