Note 12/21/2018 - Product page re-done for easier reading/navigation. Currently 1 week build time.
We spared our customers of the all the time consuming and tedious hard work of thinking, researching, testing, comparing, retrofitting, trial and errors by finding the best suited and performing projector at the best price point. Not only that, it also looks great in our opinion. We ultimately bring you a headache free, exceptionally well performing headlight system for your MR2.
Our system offers incredible width, brightness, spread of light and significantly better lighting output performance than the OEM headlights on the MR2 or any cheap or fake projector systems out on the MR2 market without blinding/annoying other drivers period. LED doesn't stand a chance.
We think our projector system is very similar in lighting performance and often times better than many modern luxury cars out there currently on the road for a fraction of the cost.
D.O.T legal headlight housings and projectors
Watertight and sealed
Bi-Xenon- High beam and low beam are integrated into one unit.
Distinct and sharp cut off point - Prevents glaring, blinding, endangering and annoying every driver around you. (Also illegal in many places)
Exceptional and remarkable lighting output
All Headlights will includes a E-55R decorative protective shroud and blacked out housing free of charge.
2 Retrofitted Bi-xenon projector headlamps
If you need HID kits (bulbs, ballasts etc), we supply these as extra options. You will need a HID Kit that supports the D2S bulb type to power up our projectors. (See paragraph below)
Optional HID Kits / Ballasts/ Bulbs/Wiring Information
You'll need a pair of bulbs, ballast as well as ballast to bulb adapter to make these headlamps work. We recommend the following options.
A dedicated wiring harness - Must have in our opinion. Helps promote the highest voltage to the HID lighting system, allowing for maximum light output performance. From our testing, the stock harness is very restrictive and has quite a big voltage drop, causing for poor performance from the bulbs. Similar to when your headlights are on but car is off VS headlight on with car on (This is because your alternator outputs 2-3Volts more than your battery when its spinning).
Stage 1 - Generic HID Lighting Kit (Ballast, adaptors and HID bulbs)- Cost effective and modest performance. (As a note, from multiple light output comparison tests and videos as well as our testing shows that Osram 66240 CBI (5500K), Philips Xtreme Vision V2 part#: 85122XV (4800k), and Morimoto XB35 bulbs are typically 2 to 3x brighter than the generic HID bulbs in light output). From our real world testing and customer reviews, Philips XV bulbs are day and night in difference vs Morimoto XB35 bulbs in intensity and light output while considering distance/range.
Stage 2 - Morimoto XB35 Bulbs, Osram CBI Bulbs or Xtreme Vision Bulbs with Generic ballasts and adaptors. (If you're spending this kind of money already, might as well go all out to stage 3..). Real world road testing from our customers state "Wow, Philips XV bulbs is night and day over XB35 in terms of penetration and brightness." They stated "XB35 sucks." We saw similar results between CBI and XV.
Stage 3 - Morimoto XB 35 watt ballasts and adaptors + Philips Xtreme Vision 85122XVgeneration 2 HID bulbs(#1 Brightest) or OSRAM 66240 CBIbulbs (#2 Brightest) for the best performance. We personally didnt like OSRAM 66240 or XB35 morimoto bulbs as it seemed if the light did not seem bright or penetrate very far unlike the Philips XV bulbs. We highly recommend this setup if budget allows. It is truly the best.
Still not sure what to choose? Ask your self how much you value night time driving and safety, looks of your mr2, how much you love your mr2, your current budget and just pick the dedicated wiring harness and stage 3... :). Remember, think of it as an investment.. You can sell everything, revert back to stock anytime if desired! This system beats a few $3000+ OEM headlight systems out there at a fraction of the cost -Richard @ MR2Heaven
In the comparisons, pictures were all taken with a Samsung Note8.
We used ISO100, Shutter speed 0.5 second for all shots done stationary in the dark.
In rolling shots, automatic mode was used on Note8 .
On the BMW, it is equipped with OEM bulbs
Regarding pics of the MR2 in parking garage, it is running old Morimoto HID ballasts and Bulbs (Outdated stuff).
Bulb brands (OEM in the BMW vs generic bulbs in comparison photos) also play a huge part in brightness (From multiple testing, a 1.5-3x difference in lumen output is normally expected).
No need to ship us any headlamp cores as we source our own
I purchased the Retrofitted Projector Headlights from MR2Heaven. The difference between a stock halogen headlight and the MR2Heaven product is like night and day. As most of you know, the factory MR2 headlights leave a lot to be desired. But with these new projector headlights I can really see down the road clearly.
Before purchasing the projector headlights from MR2Heaven, I tried a number of upgrades including installing a H4 HID kit into a Hella H6054 housing. The lighting results were bright but the beam was uncontrolled and light was scattered everywhere...pissing off a lot of other drivers. After trying the HIDs, I went with 2 different LED kits into the same Hella H6054 housing. What a disappointment. The light output was so weak that I could hardly see...almost as bad as the stock headlight.
The MR2Heaven Retrofitted Projector Headlights that I purchased included all the top components suggested by the MR2Heaven website, except I went with the Morimoto HID bulbs. Don't make that mistake, the Morimoto setup was only bright in front of the car and did not project the light down the road with any intensity. So after talking to Richard (MR2Heaven), I upgraded to the Philips HID D2S bulbs. This is the setup that I would recommend. The Philips bulbs are very bright with a distinct cutoff and the light projects down the road really well.
Note: I had to modify the factory MR2 housing slightly to make room for the MR2Heaven Retrofitted Projector Headlights...but it's an easy DIY modification.