WELL DONE: The Profile Bi-Lens projector is plenty bright, and we’re not talking big blob of uncontrolled light-bar bright. We’re talking well-controlled, non-glaring light output for use on the road. Their advanced optics, curved cutoff shield, and CREE XHP35 chipset come together to create a properly distributed and wide beam pattern with a proper ECE style step in the middle. With a factory-installed clear lens, the cutoff like is nice and sharp/colorful.
EASY INSTALL: Despite the fact that there’s a bit of extra heft on the back of the projector, their overall size is pretty similar to something like Morimoto’s Mini D2S 4.0. Respectably compact enough to fit in most headlights, the Bi-Lens 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. If you’ve been considering a Mini H1 retrofit for the ease of install, these are a comparable option to think about.
SIMPLE: Separate bulbs to buy? Nope. Big ballasts to mount? Nada. Relay harness to run? Not a worry. The Profile Bi-Lens setup is nothing more than the projector itself and the small external LED driver to regulate power. If you dont have the space or simply the patience to deal with all the necessary gear that powers HID-based systems, that’s reason enough to look further into going all LED.
COMPATIBLE: Conveniently, the Profile Bi-Lens LED projector is compatible with most every retrofit bracket on the market that’s been designed around the Morimoto Mini D2S 4.0. Since the bolt pattern on the main mounting bracket is shared between the two projectors, if you’re looking at something thats made for the Mini, then chances are you’re looking at something that’s made for the Bi-Lens too. Nice!