2015+ Dodge Challenger Buyer’s Guide
If you’re looking to upgrade the basic headlights on your 2015+ Challenger to awesome color changing halos look no further. We have several options when it comes to halos with different difficulties of install and different functions/looks.
Option #1–RGBWA DRL Boards:
If you’re looking to have a headlight mod that looks like it came from the factory this is your #1 option. These replace the OEM DRL boards and have full color functionality meaning they can do every solid color including OEM white! Additionally they come with an optional Amber switchback function allowing you to have both DRLs work as blinkers.
Option #2– Flow Series Halos:
This is our second option that looks straight out of the factory but also provides you with a custom look. While off these halos can’t be seen because they’re installed behind the OEM diffusers, but while on you have some of the brightest halos on the market. These are available in RGB, RGBWA, and of course Flow Series if you’re looking to turn heads (keep in mind if you are looking to include the BlueGhozt controller to your order you will need the Flow Series Halos and the correct BlueGhozt configuration, press the chat button in the bottom right and we will be able to assist in getting the correct items).
Option #3– Waterproof Halos
This is the easiest install kit out for the Challenger. The halos are fully waterproof and mount to the outside of the headlight bezel. No cutting or drilling is required, which makes install only take about 30 minutes! They are available in RGB, RGBWA, and Flow Series as well.
What are Demon Eyes?
These are a separate product which will allow you to have more customizable options in your headlights. Demon eyes are a small LED chip that mounts behind the product giving you the ability to light up the lens any color you want! Typically they are controlled separately from the Halos/DRLs so you can have them set to different colors at the same time. We have two options for demon eyes:
– 4W High Power Demon Eyes – uses two LEDs to light up the projector, giving it a brighter look than the regular demon eyes.
– Regular Demon Eyes – uses a single LED to light up behind the projector.