Bi-Xenon: ACME Standard (D2S)
ACME: Picked up the call from consumers who want a product that meets their expectations but aren't ready to break the bank. Their entry-level gear is the new industry standard that delivers real performance at the right price. Basic: Every other shop selling these has some fancy way of describing the same thing, but take us from us, if it ain't a Morimoto, it is literally just that: the same thing. Whether you're shopping on eBay, or Amazon, if you're looking for a bi-xenon retrofit on a budget: ACME's standard version of the classic "D2S Bi-xenon" projector is a good buy. Beam Pattern: Producing a classic ECE sloped-style cutoff and a decently sharp cutoff, for such an inexpensive projector the light output isn't half bad! High / Low: Their push/pull bi-xenon mechanism creates both a low and high beam pattern when actuated. Although dated, ACME D2S Bi-xenons use the most modern version of the Push/Pull solenoid system found on earlier Morimoto projectors. Easy Install: The ACME D2S Bi-xenon uses a 30mm threaded mounting shaft for easy retrofitting. Their 2.5" lenses and small body makes them ideal for use in a budget build for a motorcycle or any vehicle with a small headlight housing. Direct: These projectors are factory-direct and do not receive the same level of QC that we've come to expect from other brands like Morimoto. However, they've got a good track record for little to no problems out of the box, and their pre-installed clear lens should give them a nice sharp and colorful cutoff line and and good output. D2S Only: The ACME D2S projectors are designed for, you guessed it! D2S bulbs. Other bulbs will not seat properly or result in the proper light output, so pick yourself up a set to make sure you've got it all!