Power Delivery: A relay harness is designed to deliver steady voltage to your HID ballasts directly from the bike's battery. Nobody likes a flickering headlight, so why risk it? Factory headlight outputs are really only designed to power a halogen light bub, not a HID ballast.
One of a Kind: The Morimoto H7 Motorcycle specific harness is the first truly high quality relay harness designed for retrofitting headlight motorcycles with xenon projectors. We're proud to offer it!
What's the Difference: The wire lengths are designed to be more ideal for the layout on a motorcycle. Unlike a normal harness, which is designed for a car's engine bay that has to be modified, this one should be ready to go out of the box.
Single Option: Each harness will power one HID ballast from one input trigger. Perfect for retrofitting either a single projector or HID in your low beam (or high beam) while still retaining independent control of the other lamp with your original switch.
Dual Option: Each harness will power two HID ballasts from one input trigger. Perfect for retrofitting two bi-xenon (hi/lo) projectors on a bike that originally had just one low beam and one high beam and doubling your light output.
Don't Skimp: As an important part of a finished headlight upgrade, don't skimp out when it comes to your wiring. The long list of features on the Morimoto MotoCycle Relay harness is easily worth the small premium over the eBay $10 special.
Work of Art: Aside from being a technical masterpiece, it's also a work of art. With its braided TechFlex insulation and clear relays mounted on orange bases, it will surely look factory-fresh routed through your fairings.