HID Bulb Adapters
H7 HID Adapters: Mazda V1B-ACC-ADPMZ1-TRS
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Mazda Owners: Because of the way the original halogen bulb clips into the housing in some applications, an HID bulb won't be a direct swap without these adapters.
Recommended: Check your headlights for a similar looking plastic part socket behind the bulb to identify whether or not you need these. All housings would take H7 bulbs, the original part extends the +/- connector towards the electrical socket
Take Note: Unfortunately, Morimoto's larger base design does not allow them to work with these adapters without modification. If you're doing an HID upgrade on a euro that requires these adapters, we urge you to pick up a different set of H7 HID bulbs that are hard-wired to make your life a little easier.
By Design: Slotted design allows the wiring for the bulb to slide in from the side, and then original clip assembly will hold bulb firmly in place just like stock.
FITMENT NOTE: These are not compatible with the Morimoto XB HID bulbs, unfortunately.
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ADAPTERS: 2x H7 HID > Mazda
NOTE: No Bulbs Included
VEHICLES: Mazda 3,5,6,MX-5,CX-7,RX-8
HEADLIGHT TYPE: H7 Halogen Projectors
MATERIAL: Hardened plastic
Must be modified to run Morimoto HID system.
I had to dremel these like no other to fit the Morimoto HID system I ordered from this site as well. These are NOT bolt on for a 1st gen Mazda 3 (2008 Mazdaspeed 3 in my case). First these have a round hole, and the Morimoto bulbs have an oval shape. Second the bottom has to be completely cut off and discarded. They are pretty cheap, however so it wasn't a big deal. I am a thousand percent satisfied with the Morimoto HID kit, however. No regrets!