Today I am going to talk about projector lens because I actually bought just the projector lens for dipped beam and high beam. It’s a kind of an aftermarket custom-fit but it works too easily. I just want to show you that it can actually work.
I actually it was kind of a little hard to get into a adjust when I driving, these are the beams, they are pretty straight, I had to do a little adjustment in the relays. When you put on the high beams because it’s actually just one beam but their reflector, the projector lens has kind of a little thing that drops down and then boom.
You gotta hook them up when you go up the headlights and down the headlights, it has to be connected to the high beam and the low beam. If you only have one bulb instead of two, when you’re gonna put it on the high beam, it’s actually just gonna close the lights. If you don’t do the bypass because it’s the same bulb so it changes totally the currents to another path.
It’s pretty nice when you drive around, I see pretty well look at this like driving around the lights. Take a look you can see really well and the darker areas, my bulbs are h1. I got HIDs 35 watts, its 4300K and this is what it does and see look at this high beams, low beams work pretty.
I’m just gonna show you really quick my Bi Xenon’s projector, this is what it looks like and that thing right here is HUD display. Actually, it’s kind of blurry, but it’s not blurry in my head in my eyes. So this is the pattern that it does it’s pretty nice I got them for 60 bucks. I’m looking this is a projector lens boom like that you got another one here that was not there before it was just projectors and that’s it and this is the projector lens. That’s what it looks like see and it’s too easy pretty easy to make. In general, this is a successful headlight retrofitting experience.