HID Bulb Cross Reference Guide
|HID Bulb Type
||H16, 5202, 5201, 9009, P24, P24W, PS24W, PSX24W, PS24N, 7201, 7202, PA46-GF40|
||881, 884, 885, 886, 889, 890, 893, 894, 896, 898, 899 |
||HB3, 9005L+, 9005XS, 9011|
||HB4, 9006HP, 9006XS, 9012|
||9004, HB1, HB5|
||H3-35W, H3-55W, 64146BC, 453|
||9003, HB2, 472|
||9145, 9050, 9055, 9140, 9145|
KBcarstuff carries a broad selection of XenonDepot HID Kit bulbs in all different fitments and color temperatures so that you can find the right bulb for your vehicle. Each rebased HID bulb is laser aligned to ensure you get optically correct beam patterns when you install the bulb in your vehicle. The bulbs come equipped with automotive grade AMP connectors to ensure a water tight connection with the ballast in your HID kit. Choosing the right bulb for your application means you need to know what type of bulb your headlight or fog light uses. For example, if your headlight uses an H11 bulb you would need to select an H11 HID bulb to ensure proper fitment. Don't forget to choose the right Kelvin temperature otherwise you may find the color output too white, blue, or even yellow.
KBcarstuff is an authorized Philips dealer meaning that you can count on our OEM Philips D1S and D2S HID bulbs to be genuine. Don't be fooled by stores selling fake Philips HID bulbs. We carry original Philips Xenon bulbs to replace your stock xenon bulbs at a fraction of your dealer's price. All the bulbs we sell are brand new and in original Philips packaging. We even carry the rare Philips Ultinon 6000k bulb that is almost impossible to find. This bulb is available in both D2S and D4S applications and will get you a nice bright white output with a slight bluish tone. Many people choose higher kelvin "K" HID bulbs to get rid of that stock yellowish tone. Higher color temperature bulbs such as 6000k, 8000k, etc will get you more color but less actual useable light output. If you are on the fence about what color temperature bulb to choose you may want to consider going with 5000k for the perfect compromise between color and light output. Just remember that a 4300K bulb will always get you the brightest possible light output as it will have the highest lumens rating.
If you are uncertain about what HID bulb you need to get please call us or email us and it would be our pleasure to help you out. You may want to consider getting a pair of bulbs to ensure your lights match color. Unfortunately, replacing a single HID bulb usually means that your headlights or fog lights will not match in color as HID bulbs color shift as they age. A bulb that has been used for a while will never match in color when compared to a brand new HID bulb. This is most noticeable in Philips bulbs that are known to "color shift" within approximately 100 hours of use. The bulb will literally go from a 4300K rating to a 4800K color to produce a crisper, whiter output when compared to brand new.