2000 - 2002 ZX6R & 05+ ZZR600 Kawasaki Ninja ZX6R ZZR600
These are the best, biggest lens, and brightest projectors that will directly bolt on into your headlight with no modification or cutting up the headlight at all.
This is the latest version of our BKMOTO H1 projectors, which feature Clear 2.5" lenses and a sharp cut off line.
As always this is a direct bolt on kit, no cutting up your headlight required!
We always test fit all of our projector kits into actual headlights. No guess work here if it will fit!!
Each projector kit will include everything that you need and will consist of the following:
2 bixenon projectors (low beam and high beam)
2 slim water proof ballast
2 35w H1 hid bulbs in 4300K (pure white) OR 6000K (blueish white) OR 8000K(blue)
1 complete Motorcycle wire harness, all wires are the correct lenght specifically for motorcycles. (unlike most sellers who sell universal car projector kits which leave a mess of wires)..
We offer custom retrofits: $250 Labor + cost of kit (You mail us your headlight)
Contact us for more info at email@example.com
General installation instructions:
1. Remove headlight from bike
2. bake headlight in the oven for 5-8 minutes at 200 degrees, once the glue softens up, use flat head screw drivers to remove lens from headlight; you might need to repeat this a few times untill the lens is off.
3. Insert projectors into the light sockets, using the supplied adapter plates, fish halo wires though small hole at the base of the socket ( you might need to cut the halo wires, then reconnect once assembled).
5. connect projectors to wire harness and ballasts, turn them on by connecting white low beam wire to the positive + terminal on battery.
6. with projectors on, in the headlight put headlight on level surface, and shine them on a wall, you will now need to align the projectors, turn the projectors untill the beam is completely horizontal.
7. Once beam is aligned and horizontal, tighten rear nuts on projectors. (USE LOCKTITE!!)
8. put headlight back in oven for 5 minutes at 200 degrees to get the glue soft again, then close up the headlight.
9. connect wiring harnesses to battery and high and low beam signals
10. Connect Halo inverters,black ground halo wire to ground, and red positive halo wire to white low beam wire. (This way halos are always on during low beam and off during high beam).
11. find a good spot for the ballasts and wiring harnesses
12. put the bike back toghether