Like the Look: Of your aftermarket headlights but can't see a damn thing while driving at night? Yeah we know, we hear it all the time - and that's why the Morimoto Retro-Quik system is so awesome. Using laser cut brackets made of military-grade G10 Fiberglass to adapt high-performance projectors in place of the cheapo projectors that came in your lights - you get the best of both worlds!
Spyder Lights: Can vary, but the same. To ensure this kit will work on your housings; be sure to match up the template to the existing projector to ensure they're a match. The template can be seen in our Installation Guides section.
Mini H1 Projectors: Feature clear lenses to give them a wide, intense beam pattern with a sharp and colorful cutoff line. The Super version is enhanced with an all new optically advanced reflector bowl; improving low and high beam performance beyond all competing models.
Morimoto XB Ballasts: Feature relocated igniters like OEM ballasts putting them far closer to the HID bulb. The lack of high voltage transmitted through wiring drastically reduces EMI/RFI (radio interference). Total system reliability is also improved by shielding the main circuit board from the static produced by these high voltage bursts on start up giving them a failure rate of less than .02%!
Morimoto XB H1 Bulbs: At the heart of the XB H1 bulbs is their perfectly aligned 100% Philips Quartz glass that houses a capsule from APL-USA. Using high quality halide salts from German-supplier Messer; the bulbs produce nearly the same luminosity (intensity) as the amazing Osram CBI bulbs at 5500K. No, you're not seeing things here, but yes you will be seeing everything at night.
Morimoto Relay Harnesses: Have fulled-sealed weather pack relays with revised circuitry, heavy-duty 14ga stranded copper wire, injection molded inline fuse holders, and full plug-n-play functionality. Forget about cutting and splicing, because all harness options in this kit will make your new low and high beam function perfectly from the original cabin controls.
Accessorize: The optional Retro-Rubber glue is the most effective solution to fight back against moisture-intrusion after resealing your headlights. For the cost, it's "cheap insurance" for sure. Want to add LED Halos to accent the new projector setup? Check out new all-new XSB LED Halos and our Size Guide, so you can pick out the right rings for your shrouds.
Featured in a recent issue of Modified Magazine, you can check out their review of theRetro-Quik Kit that we provided them for their Subaru Impreza project car.
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RQ BRACKETS / HARDWARE: 2x Custom G10 Fiberglass / Stainless
WARRANTY: 5 Years
OPTIONAL HID BALLASTS: 2x Morimoto XB35 AMP
OPTIONAL H1 HID BULBS: 2x Morimoto XB
OPTIONAL WIRE HARNESSES: 1x Morimoto H1 HD Relay
OPTIONAL HIGH BEAM SPLITTERS: 2x Morimoto Splitters
OPTIONAL HOUSING SEALANT: 1x Morimoto RetroRubber
SPYDER HOUSINGS: Matching the listed bracket dimensions / shape
BALLAST WATTAGE: 35W ONLY
CAPABILITIES: Both Low & High Beam
OPERATING RANGE: -40C to +125C
XB BALLAST INPUT: 9-32VDC
XB BALLAST OUTPUT: 85VAC 35W
XB BALLAST MAX V: 25kV (at start-up)
XB35 BALLAST LIFESPAN: 2500 Hours
3000K BULBS: Golden Yellow (~2800 lm)
4500K BULBS: Warm White (~3500 lm)
5500K BULBS: Pure White (~3400 lm)
6500K BULBS: Cool White (~3200 lm)
The FOUR letter words are Love and Best! Serious face! Love how easy this kit was to install. Best quality when it comes to the adapter used to retro the Acme into the horrid Spyder projectors place! The light output of the Acme standard is beautiful! Now my wife's Tahoe looks like a football stadium coming down the road when switched to high beams! With high/lows wired up, it has quad brights!
This kit was installed on a 2009 Tahoe. Bottom line: Poetry in lighting.
The Spyder projectors I bought had a garbage output with HID bulbs and the halogens were weak. This kit solved that problem. I've never done a retro before and there was quite a bit of trimming to do on the projectors adjustable mounts, but with some patience and a steady hand, it was done. Great kit and awesome output! I couldn't be happier!
WOW! That just about sums it up. I actually ordered this kit (with XB35 4300k) because I was less than impressed with the high beam output of my Spec-D lights which have dedicated low beam projectors and high beam reflectors both of which use H1 Halogen lamps. I did have to do a little cutting because the reflector bowl of the Morimoto's is slightly larger than the Spec-D's, but they were really close to a drop in. Overall the hardest part was getting the glue to turn loose on the lens. After completing one of them, I fired it up and couldn't believe that just ONE of these is so bright that you can't tell the halogens are even on! Yes, that's TWO H1 halogen reflector lights against ONE Morimoto projector. After completing the install, I am completely blown away. It's almost like it's not even dark outside. It's actually hard to tell if the cars around you even have their headlights on even if they are two lanes over. The beam is unbelievably wide and reaches so far that twice now I've come to a nice gentle stop 500' or so in front of deer. This alone proves their worth to me. All of this and almost no glare at all to oncoming traffic. This is something I wanted to be very careful about because I really hate seeing misadjusted or poor quality, lights glaring at me. I've never been flashed, and honestly, I can't explain it, but even with these on high beam, I think the glare is actually worse from the halogens. I mention this because I was worried about meeting someone coming over the top of a steep hill when they might actually get hit by my low beams, but again, even with the drastic brightness difference (read really unbelievable!), glare (even on high beam) doesn't seem as blinding to me as typical low beam reflector halogens. Speaking of glare, I've also noticed that the glare from other driver's headlights doesn't bother me as much as it used to either. Perhaps having so much more light on the road makes my eyes adjust enough to make them less sensitive. To make a long story short, if you are thinking about these, BUY THEM! The only possible negative I can see is if you aren't used to projectors, it may take you a few days to get used to the sharp (really sharp) cutoff these produce. The quality of everyting I received is excellent, the installation was straitforward, and the performance STILL blows my mind. Again, buy them, be safe, and be happy!
Thanks so much!