WEAKEST LINK: A great sports car is nothing without a set of sticky tires..Just like a great projector is nothing without precise bulb alignment. Though the Morimoto Mini H1 projector has undoubtedly gotten better and better with every generation...even the latest 7.0 version still comes standard with the same old damn bulb holder. Sure, they work, but that doesn't mean they work well, at least well-enough for all of us Headlight Junkies!
STORY TIME: It wasn't until TRSMatt retrofitted a set of Morimoto Mini H1 7.0's in his own car and realized that the struggle is indeed real. Alas, the man himself can't have a whack beam pattern...it was time to step up and finally do something about it. So he picked up the phone, called the engineer, revved up the CNC mill, and here we have it! Problem solved.
BETTER, NOT BIGGER: Designed by Morimoto in California, the MotoHo1der is way more effective but virtually no bigger overall than the old clip setup. The clever three-piece design provides even pressure on the back of the bulb, ensuring perfect alignment. To be honest, we think it's the single best upgrade to the projector that's ever been conceived.
PLASTIC MAKES IT POSSIBLE: Yeah, that's right - they're made of injection molded plastic! Using BASF Ultramid A3WG6 plastic which is reinforced with glass fiber for excellent dimensional stability, stiffness, and temperature resistance up to 280C (530F) - they should withstand the test of time no matter if you're a 35W or 50W user.
PRICE IS RIGHT: If you've already got a set of headlights retrofitted with Mini H1 projectors, there is no better place to put your $20 than investing in the MotoHo1ders. Poor cutoff? Out of focus hotspot? Weak distribution? Drives you nuts every time you pull into the garage? Yeah, we know the feeling, and as long as your bulbs are good, these will resolve the rest!