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TheRetrofitSource.com Complete Mini D2S Kit Review

Discussion in 'Product Reviews' started by MotoTundra, Jan 18, 2016.

  1. Jan 18, 2016 at 5:51 PM

    MotoTundra [OP] Adrenaline Addict

    Jan 6, 2014
    14' Black TRD CM
    TRS Mini D2S Retrofit on TRD Pro Headlights (Apollo 2.0 Shrouds, 35w XB Ballasts, 5500k Bulbs) TRD Pro Grill BakFlip VP Tonneau w/BakBox Dipped wheels & bumpers Undercover Swingcase SunTek Paint Protection film Yellow Lamin-X Fog Overlays Tint Bedmat
    A few weeks ago I started my first retrofit. It took a lot of research and a lot of time to do, but after it is all said and done I am very happy with the outcome. While doing my research it seemed there was only one place to get my parts from, www.theretrofitsource.com Their reputation is unrivaled and I have to say after buying from them I understand why.

    I called them a few times, e-mailed them a few times, and hit them up on their online chat too. Every time they answered my questions and helped me out, before the purchase, during install, and after the purchase.

    All my retrofit parts are Morimoto and I purchased all of them in a complete kit from www.theretrofitsource.com also known as “TRS”

    Projectors: Mini D2S 3.0 (O Lens,LHD)

    Shrouds: Apollo 2.0 Full Circle

    Harness: MotoControl BiXenon H4/9003

    Ballasts: XB35W with XB D2S Ignitor

    Bulbs: D2S XB 5500K

    RetroRubber headlight sealant

    XSB LED Demon Eyes (White/Amber)

    90mm Housing Caps

    Velcro Patches

    9006 Extensions

    I give TRS and their Morimoto products a 5/5. Hit them up and you will see why.

    Here is my Retrofit build for further details.

    DIY: MotoTundra's 2014 Tundra D2S Retrofit
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