Easy Install Universal Retrofit Kit
Bi-LED: Morimoto M LED Stage IIIB-RFK-MMLED
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Purists: Will start their critique before they get their hands on it. "But no!" they say. LED based projectors lack width! LED projectors have weak distance! LED projectors have poor high beams! At TRS we love good old HID-powered projectors more than Kanye loves Kanye...BUT....Truth be told, it's hard not to like the MLED. The performance is on par. The simplicity is sublime. The ease of installation is excellent. The instant on is awesome. The times are changing, and now is the turning point.
M: Is for Mind blown. When Morimoto first announced the MLED projector back in 2015...we were all excited! But with barely any news on it since then, some started to get the impression that it was nothing more than a myth. But then a working prototype showed up alongside Morimoto's laser concept at the 2017 DVN Conference in Detroit. Now...now it's here, and man it seems to be worth the wait. Here's why.
Output: We'll just start with the hotspot. The Morimoto M LED is on par with the Mini D2S 4.0 and a XB 45K Bulb / XB55 ballast, and about 20% brighter than its closest LED-based competitor: the CNLight i-lens. The Kuria optic clear lens and curved cutoff shield produce a beam pattern that's plenty wide, with an ECE-sloped cutoff that's super sharp, colorful. Rather than off-the-shelf LED's like early LED projectors in the aftermarket, the MLED uses a specially developed CSP chipset from Seoul SemiConductor. To top it all off, the "M" icon that's projected onto the ground thanks to the special foreground limiter is just plain cool.
Physically: These bi-LED projectors have a lot going for them too. The threaded mounting shaft can be removed from the bi-LED projectors to free up almost an inch of depth for those who don't need/want it. The integrated mag-lev fan is sunk into the heat sink, keeping space to a minimum without sacrificing the ability to stay cool. The wiring is clean, out of the way, and can be disconnected with ease. The precision and existence of mostly die-cast (rather than stamped) parts in the cutoff shield mechanism makes for a slop-free setup and conveys quality over cost savings. The Morimoto M LED could pass for an OEM part.
Simplicity: Forget about separate bulbs. Forget about big ballasts, or where to mount them. Forget about complex relay harnesses, and where to run them. Here, you've got the bi-LED projectors and a small external LED driver to regulate power and control it's low and high beam function. If you're a clutter-phobe, or simply tight on space working on something like a motorcycle: the Morimoto M LED is the way to go.
Easy to Install: On a H4-based headlight reflector for example...Remove the headlight lens, insert the threaded mounting shaft through the pre-existing hole in the back of the reflector, add the alignment plate, tighten the lock ring, and re-seal the headlights. For other applications, minimal cutting will probably be involved but you'll find the results well worth it!
Worth it? If you want the latest and greatest, Yes. It is. Want to produce about the same amount of light output for your money? The Morimoto Mini D2S 4.0 is probably better for you - only because it's less expensive. But consider this: Yeah, the Morimoto M-LED projectors are expensive, but unlike a HID-based retrofit, you won't need bulbs, ballasts, in many cases a wire harness. You just need some shrouds, and that's about it! The rest is here.
Optional LED Halos: Though LED halos may not be for everybody, if you're looking for the cleanest, most simple, most reliable setup, we highly recommend the Profile Performance Pivot Halos. Not only are they the brightest, most uniformly lit halos currently on the market, but they double as a switchback turn signal with your blinker circuit. The integrated controllers are extremely easy to setup with only three wires (white, amber, and ground) and allow you to run the white mode continuously until interrupted by the signal--at which point they will blink amber. Once the signal stops, the Pivot ring will automatically switch back to its pure white mode.
Optional Housing Sealant: Protection is priceless! When you're putting together a set of high-end headlights, the last thing you want is moisture in 'em the first time it rains outside. RetroRubber is the most effective way to make sure the original seal is fully restored. For the small price, why anybody wouldn't prevent their new headlights from fogging up is beyond us. It'll be the best twelve bucks you've ever spent.
Trusted: For more than a decade, we've worked hard to earn our killer reputation. Car guys world-wide know that TRS carries the internet's best selection of high performance automotive and powersport lighting products at the best prices, and we've got the best, most knowledgeable team of real enthusiasts to help back it up. If we sell it, then you bet we've put it to the test on our own cars, trucks, and bikes. Need a recommendation on parts for your project? Got a tech question? Wholesale inquiry? Contact us!
PROJECTORS: 2x Morimoto M LED
SHROUDS: 2x Your Preference
OPTIONAL HI / LOW SPLITTER: 2x 9007, H4, or H13
OPTIONAL HOUSING SEALANT: 1x Morimoto RetroRubber
OPTIONAL LED HALOS: 2x Profile Pivot
WARRANTY: 3 Years
APPLICATIONS: Universal (cars/trucks/motorcycles)
DIRECT FITMENT: H4 Headlights (little/no mods required)
MODS REQUIRED: H1,H7,H11,H13,9005,9006,9007 housings
BOLT PATTERN: Morimoto Mini D2S 4.0/5.0 Standard
INPUT VOLTAGE: 9-16V DC
OUTPUTS: Low and High Beam
UNITED STATES: LHD (Left Hand Drive)
CENTRIC RINGS: Not Required
WIDTH: 94mm (105mm w/ tabs)
DEPTH: 148mm (w/ shaft)
DEPTH: 133mm (w/o shaft)
LENS DIAMETER: 3.0in round
SHAFT DIAMETER: 35mm
HOUSING DEPTH: 121mm Minimum
STANDARD LENS: 100% clarity "Kuria Optic" glass
BOLT PATTERN: :D2S 4.0/5.0 Standard
LED Chipset: Seoul SemiConductor Proprietary 12TCSP
KELVIN RATING: 5900K
Very badass led projector, but embarrassingly filthly lenses
PJ Hogan Reviewed: 12/9/2018 7:45:21 pm
First off let's start off with how awesome these projectors are. Very bright, very nice cutoff, very good light spread, all in a nice compact design.
<br>But, (I know, I know), the projector lenses were dirty, like embarrassingly dirty. It looked as though during assembly someone with a cold sneezed all over the projector and didn't bother to clean it off.
<br>BOTH projectors looked like this. I supposed it's not a huge deal, but just an extra step to pull the projector and clean it and reinstall. But based on the attention to detail and solid packaging I'm guessing this doesn't happen very often.
<br>But other than that, I say these are a very excellent upgrade. Installed in a 2001 Ford F-350 Diesel.