MORIMOTO 2STROKE | TESTED

LED Testing | Behind the steering wheel!

I see a lot of people making decisions about which LED style is better? Fan or no fan, heatsinks or braided and my professional opinion is that it will vary form each application and that some LED Headlight Bulbs are defiantly created better than other! But all that is technical stuff and we are all about how much will it improve my sight at night! The real test comes from behind the steering wheel, I think you would agree!

Safety: You won’t be putting yourself at risk while driving at night with the 2Stroke bulbs. Prior to these, optics could only ever allow LED bulbs to be used as auxiliary lighting, high beams, fog lights, etc. No longer an issue here, as the optics for the 9006 2Stroke bulbs are unique compared to other sizes in the range in order to produce the best possible results in 9006 headlights.

NOTE: Not for use in low voltage high/low beam DRL applications.

Cooling System: Heat management is crucial for lumen maintenance and reliability. The 2Stroke bulb’s internally opposed 1.5mm copper boards extract as much heat as possible from the area surrounding the LED chips and transfers it to the radiator at the back of the bulb. The key here though is that the 2Stroke’s copper core has almost 3x more surface area than anything else, and its fan is A) Mounted sideways so that it not only sucks cool air but also blows hot air out. B) It’s a magnetic levitating unit, so there’s no ball bearing to seize up and eventually fail.

Extra Room: Due to the extra depth of most LED bulbs, they won’t fit inside some headlights with solid plastic rear housing caps. The 2Stroke is no different, but they come with specially designed housing cap extensions to solve that common problem. If the original halogen bulb is exposed it’s not a problem, but if it’s internally wired and capped off: you would not be able to close the headlight back up without these caps. We thought about you and they are included with every order!

2014 Kia Sonata with Projectors, 2Stroke LED Headlight with Canbus

The BenchmarkMorimoto. The Automotive Lighting Benchmark. Globally recognized as the brand to beat. No other brand blends performance and genuine product quality quite like Morimoto. The vast product line has something for nearly every application, and if not; Contact us and learn what we can do for you.

Where to Purchase | LED Headlights

If you think this may be something that will benefit you, and want to get more details about prices and different distributors? Check below!

Manufacturer: Morimoto

Our Company: Presto Mobile

We provide installation by appointments in North Little Rock, Arkansas for price quotes support@prestomobile.net or call 501-983-4444 our message phone and we will contact you.

Affiliates: Amazon

If you have any questions about anything covered or not covered, we would love to hear from you and assist you in any way! We are going to leave you with some Specs and an Installation Manuel.

 

SPECS:

WHAT’S INCLUDED

  • LED BULBS: 2x Morimoto 2Stroke
  • LED DRIVERS: 2x Morimoto 2S Regulators
  • WARRANTY: 18 Months

COMPATIBILITY

  • LOW BEAMS: 9006 Only
  • FOG LIGHTS: 9006 Only

TECHNICAL

  • INTENSITY: 5000lm (raw; per bulb)
  • INPUT RANGE: 6-30V DC

3 Replies to “MORIMOTO 2STROKE | TESTED”

  1. Wow, thanks for this information. I have been considering converting to LED headlights for quite some time now and I think you have given me the information that I needed to finally make the jump to LED. I have driven in a few of my friends cars that have LED and I can’t believe the difference in how much they light up the road. I will definitely be taking this project on this weekend.

    1. Thanks for visiting Mr. Doug, the right set of LED Headlights make a world of difference in your driving experience after dark! Good luck on your project and we would love to see how it turns out.

  2. Good Morning Mister Griffo
    I live in upstate N.Y. in a very rural area the light on my truck are terrible I am not sure what is right for me. I have a 2002 Ford Explorer and was wondering what my options are I watch all your video’s and am still not sure. You seem to have a vast knowledge of the system available and am looking for your recommendations can you please help me.
    Thanks Mark

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