This F150 retro makes it to one of our over the top builds list for sure! This set was retrofitted with a Morimoto 4.0 D2S mounted to a full REAL carbon fiber reflector. The entire housing was painted for Tuxedo Black Metallic and clear coated for shine and durability. Notice in the blinker area we now have an LED cube to act as auxiliary lighting and we have moved the blinker to the switchback halos located behind the Apollo 3 shrouds. For show we added color changing halos and color changing demon eyes paired to a bluetooth controller that is activated via smart phone.
Posted by Administrator on 4/10/2017
We had a local customer swing by this weekend with his 2015 Mustang for a Diode Dynamics DRL board upgrade and a Morimoto RGB halo ring upgrade. We kept the headlight chrome for the factory look with some hidden flash that can be controlled with a wireless remote.
Posted by Administrator on 7/4/2016
Check out this chromed out retrofit we just finished. No fancy LED rings or Demon eyes just strait OEM look and Non-Oem output. The retrofit consists of all morimoto components for the best output possible. Enjoy
Posted by Administrator on 4/20/2016
Well this was a unique retrofit and somewhat challenging at the same time. The paint scheme is very unique for this build, featuring a two tone white and black. We used a Morimoto Mini H1 projector pair with a Gatling gun 2.0 shroud. The main bezel color changing LED ring and shroud color changing LED ring were a courtesy of LED Concepts that got paired to a WIFI remote controlled via smart phone.
Posted by Administrator on 10/1/2015
What a great way to end the week with these gorgeous F250 headlights. For this build we used an aftermarket OEM replica headlight fitted with a Morimoto H1 Bixenon projector and Apollo 2 Shroud. Behind the shroud is a Morimoto switchback LED ring, white for running lights and amber for turn signals, and of course red demon eyes for the extra "wow" factor. We used all OEM paint for this build, for the housing we used Ford UD Ebony paint and the reflector was painted Ford G3 Pueblo Gold Metallic.
Have a great weekend everyone!
Posted by Administrator on 5/30/2015