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HID Correct Sizes

Ok so i searched the forum for many days and had trouble finding info on HID bulbs. I had halo projectors on my civic, and decided that with my new 'balt, i'm gonna just go for the stock housing HID look. I am gonna get some 8000k hi/lo beam bulbs (for night and day driving i guess right?) but what are the proper bulb sizes and/or kit for the stock housings? i only saw one post relating to this and one ebay link but i want to be sure of size and the right type of kit to buy before i buy it. Thanks for your help guys!!
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9007 is the stock housing size.
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They are 9007 as ^ said...here's a good link to buy them...

HID Kits: DDM Tuning - HID Kits, HID Bulbs, DEPO Lighting, BMW and Porsche Performance Accessories

Pick which set you want and click the link...then you choose the bulb size...I've seen multiple people that use these and they are very nice for the price...don't let the price fool you.

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They are 9007 as ^ said...here's a good link to buy them...

HID Kits: DDM Tuning - HID Kits, HID Bulbs, DEPO Lighting, BMW and Porsche Performance Accessories

Pick which set you want and click the link...then you choose the bulb size...I've seen multiple people that use these and they are very nice for the price...don't let the price fool you.
Wow that's cheap for a HID kit! may be considering these!
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which kit is it on that site? and what wattage do I go with 35 or 55?



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which kit is it on that site?
Im guessing you just pick the one you want. but im not sure either.
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im assuming its the "prolumen" kit. I just did a little searching and other people with that company's kit seem happy. That's plug-n-play right 07cobaltls?



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im assuming its the "prolumen" kit
Yea im assuming that to. A while ago I read a thread about HID kits on a cobalt stock housings and they said to get the 35W.
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I don't own one, but I've read they are plug and play. I would go with the first one listed (DDM) or the Raptor myself...hi/lo option at 6000k or 8000k in 9007, but that's just me.

Even the Prolumen kit is only $149 w/ hi/lo option. Shipping is pretty cheap through them as well.

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Does the wattage change anything about the output/color?



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