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Yes, they're H9 bulbs. It's a single filament bulb with no high/low. The high beam is accomplished by lowering the projector shield so that light can get above the cutoff line.
 

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i never use high beams anyway LOL i made a specific post asking.........IS IT TO MUCH TO FREAKING ASK WHY NO ONE MAKES H 11 HOUSINGS! LOL
 

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But if you're thinking about getting a set, definitely shop around. The first set I bought cost me $275 with free shipping (comes with a set of halogen bulbs), and the second set I bought as a backup I got for $230 with free shipping on ebay Canada.
 

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Haha I know. I really hope other companies start making aftermarket lights for our car. I mean...I like these, but I know they can do better. All I want is a black headlight with a widebeam projector and a single CCFL halo in each housing. When I get the time/money next year I plan on hacking apart my stock lights, throwing some morimotos in there, and making exactly what I want!
 

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That's a good question. Let me go fetch my set of bulbs and I'll post some pictures.
 

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Oops, thought I had H11 bulbs to compare to my H9's, but I just have the H13's that came stock. My bad. But apparently if you have a dremel you can just saw off that tab and they'll fit just fine for mounting.
 

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So ur telling me my 3000k h11 will fit in ur EE?
 

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With slight modification, yes.
 
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