Alfa Romeo 156 Bi-Xenon MH1 Retrofit Post author:Retrofitlab - Wouter Post published:Monday March 21st, 2016 Post category:Xenon Post comments:7 Comments Source: e-oglasi.rs Tags: Alfa Romeo, MH1, RetroFit, Romeo 156, Xenon Read more articles Previous PostMercedes-Benz W211 E class projector Hella EvoX-RNext PostThe ultimate Audi A6 C5 headlights page and how to convert to bi-xenon You Might Also Like Opel Vectra B – facelift Wednesday August 19th, 2015 Renault Twingo 2014+ bi-xenon installation Thursday August 20th, 2015 Mercedes-Benz W211 E class projector Hella EvoX-R Saturday November 7th, 2015 This Post Has 7 Comments rafael 1 Jun 2016 Reply hi, in this project can i use an angel eyes? Retrofitlab - Wouter 2 Jun 2016 Reply It’s pretty tight in this headlight, you might need to make some adjustments to the shroud to make it work. rafael 2 Jun 2016 Reply can u send me a complete headlight? like a example? i don´t have enough coordination to make an equal lol ODYSSEAS HIOTIS 13 Aug 2016 Reply Hi, what kind of projectors have you used for this headlights and which shrouds you selected? Retrofitlab - Wouter 19 Aug 2016 Reply This is the Mini H1 twin kit, with the mini Gatling gun shrouds. Patrik 26 Oct 2019 Reply Hello, can I install the mini H1 kit (bixenon) instead my original D2S/H1 single-xenon headlight? 1. Is the self leveling system going to work after the replacement? 2. Should I expect better lightness also on low beam level compare to original one? 3. Does your kit use the original starter/control unit or you deliver also the control/starter unit, if yes do you provide the electrical connection diagram? 4. What type of ballasts are used in your kits, low and high beam types pls. Thanks a lot. Roan 15 Dec 2019 Reply 1, yes 2, yes 🙂 3, original ballast is used, adapter cables from D2S to AMP (H1) are included in the correct kit 4, OEM ballasts are used Leave a Reply Cancel replyCommentEnter your name or username to comment Enter your email address to comment Enter your website URL (optional) Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.