A STEP ABOVE BASIC:
A step above standard, the “Super Mini H1” projectors are about equal to the 5th gen Morimoto Mini H1. The “Super Mini H1” is the industry standard for high quality, but still pretty “basic” of all of the Mini H1 projector varieties. The Supers are produced with a bit more quality control in mind relative to the “standard” Mini H1’s out there. The components in these projectors are made with better precision meaning: less sticky solenoids, a sharper and more colorful cutoff line, less chance of a stripped lock ring, and overall…more light on the road!
Producing a classic DOT-stepped 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 H1 Bi-xenons use the most modern version of the Push/Pull solenoid system found on earlier Morimoto projectors.
The ACME Super H1 Bi-xenon uses a 20mm threaded mounting shaft for easy retrofitting with a good quality Hex-shaped lock ring made of AL. 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.
The ACME Super H1 projectors are designed for, you guessed it! H1 HID 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!
OPTIONAL PRECISION BULB HOLDERS:
Designed by Morimoto in California, the new MotoHo1der utilizes a three-piece design that’s way more effective but virtually no bigger overall than the old clip setup. The clever three-piece design provides even pressure on the back of the bulb, ensuring perfect alignment. To be honest, we think it’s the single best upgrade to the projector that’s ever been conceived since it helps make the most of the awesome 7.0’s on the road. Well worth the extra few bucks in the grand scheme of things!