PLASMA or CCFL Halos?
HID Bulb Color-Temp
ADD Demon EYES?
Customize your Kawasaki ZX12R with a dual projector kit. Headlight is NOT included with this purchase. Upgrade that aging headlight with some modern flare and 35 watt bright HID lights that operate as low and high beams. LED demon eyes that glow inside each projector when the headlights are turned off are optional but recommended. Choose a chrome or black projector finish and red, blue, white, purple, or yellow halo rings. Your purchase includes 2 mini HID projectors with all mounting hardware, 2 HID bulbs, dual LED plazma halo eyes, and installation instructions. An optional wireless remote control is optional and allows the angel eyes to flash, breath, fade, and a number of other cool actions. Professional installation is recommended. Get yours now. Fits 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005.
Projector HID CCFL/ PLASMA LED Halo Eyes Headlight upgrade. (The Headlight itself is NOT included with this purchase)
PROJECTOR HID HALO Eyes Feature:
-Much improved reliability and brightness from the previous generation projectors
-6000K, 8000K, 10000K, or 12000K HID lighting in each projector
-A toggle switch that can be mounted almost anywhere so that ccfl halo can be turned on or off with a flip of the switch, even if the bike is turned off.
-1 year manufacturer limited WARRANTY
-This is a bolt on kit, no major modifications needed to install, however professional installation is highly recommended
Get yours now, only a few sets are currently available
NOW Available COLOR CHANGING Plazma Projectors
-Includes 15 color wireless remote control
-The remote control can also cycle through different functions such as fading, flashing, breathing, color changing, cycling, ETC.
-The 15 colors are... YELLOW, RED, BLUE, WHITE, GREEN, PINK, AQUA, ORANGE, LIGHT PINK, PURPLE, TEAL, LIGHT PURPLE, LIGHT YELLOW, COOL WHITE, and LIGHT GREEN
Because color changing halos offer red and blue colors aswell as a flashing/strobing feature, this very likely can be considered an illegal operation by law enforcement and should not be used.