Dedicated High-Beam Projector
High Beam: Morimoto Mini HB LEDB-PRJ-MINIHB-TRS
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Morimoto: The Automotive Lighting Benchmark. While there's probably nothing wrong with your halogen high beam bulbs, or certainly a retrofitted set of bi-xenon/Bi-LED projectors, overkill is under-rated, and that's why we're giving two thumbs up to the new Morimoto high beam projector.
Well Done: The Morimoto Mini HB projector is a projector designed as a dedicated high beam, and it is stupid bright! It has one job, and it is good at it!
Easy Install: The Mini HB features a threaded-shaft style mount on the back that allows the projectors to be locked on with their included hardware, and minimal modifications to your headlight. Best part is that the threaded shaft is about twice as long as what you would normally find on something like a Mini H1 projector, making it even easier to install across the board. Not only that, it includes adapter hardware for most popular bulb sockets (h11, 9005, H7, etc)...Now that's awesome.
Shrouds: Conveniently, the Morimoto HB LED LED projectors are compatible with most every existing shroud on the market, even including the "Mini Series" - which will screw onto the pre-existing mounting points. They also take all shrouds that work with centric rings too- so you should be able to snap them right onto the bezel on the front face of the Hi-Lens.
Wiring Really doesn't get any more simple. These come out of the box with a universal 9005/9006 male input that will connect directly to the high beam trigger (or splitters) coming from your car. If you have a differently sized OEM high beam bulb, no worries, just pick up an inexpensive adapter (which we also carry)
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PROJECTORS: 2x Morimoto Mini HB LED High Beams
HARDWARE: Threaded Shaft Mounting Kit
WIRING: Standard 9006 +/- inputs/connectors
WARRANTY: 2 Years
APPLICATIONS: Universal (Cars, trucks etc)
DIRECT FITMENT: 9005, 9006, H7, H11 housings (little/no mods)
MODS REQUIRED: H1, H3 housings
OUTPUTS: High Beam
SHROUDS: All Styles
CENTRIC RINGS: OEM 2.5in model required for full-size shrouds
APPLICATION: HID and LED projectors are street legal in the USA for Fog Light use only. Not compliant with DOT / FMVSS108 and not street legal in the USA for Headlights. Legal for off-road use in Snowmobile and ATV headlights and off-road racing use only auxiliary or forward lighting. International street legality varies by country. For detailed clarification on street use, CLICK HERE Note: This usage regulation is not unique to XenonDepot or Morimoto bulbs. All LED and HID bulbs from all other brands, regardless of marketing claims, are prohibited from street use in halogen headlights in the USA. To find street legal LED headlight assemblies, CLICK HERE
HOMOLOGATION ECE: NO
DOT/SAE/FVMSS108: NO (NOT STREET LEGAL IN HEADLIGHTS IN USA)
PROJECTOR DEPTH: 100mm
MAX DEPTH: 125mm (includes shaft / wire exit)
LENS DIAMETER: 70mm/2.8
POWER: 25w (High Beam)
HIGH BEAM CURRENT: 1470mA
LUMINOSITY: 3000lm (combined)
LED TYPE: SSC
MOUNTING SHAFT: Diameter = 20mm
LOCK NUT: Size = 26mm
HOUSING DEPTH: 100mm Minimum
STANDARD LENS: 100% clarity performance-optic
Absolutely worth it.
Robust little units that gave me very little trouble besides losing a locknut (thanks for helping me out on that one TRS!!)
They add light where I want it, in a pattern that doesn't detract from the high beam of the Bi-xenon Mini H1 8.0's. I would and have reccomended these to my friends.
Love the look of Quads with the ease of wiring these up, only wish the wires could be a little bit beefier, but I guess that goes to show how little power they use.
Picture is maybe 4 feet away from a fence at night.
exactly the light you where missing
it is installed on a mazda cx7 together with m-led 2
not that m-led 2 does not provide excellent highbeam but adding XB is like the having the old school rally projector arrays on your hood.
focused light on the path you need when driving with high speed - not on the trees , not on the buildings but exactly on the road at a great distance
photo shows xb together with m-led2 however the xb pattern is visible