Thanks @6FeetDeep, so for the size I choose H11? Did you get bi xenon or single beam, stock projectors handles them well?@JesseL, you will need a whole HID kit.
I used this on my 2015 iTouring:
Amazon.com: HID Xenon DC Headlight "Slim" Conversion Kit by SDX, H11, 6000K: Automotive
Even though it says on Amazon that it does not fit, it WILL fit. Plug and play.
Also there are 3 ways to install: via wheel wells, dropping the bumper, or removing the airbox cover.
I felt it was easiest to remove the airbox cover.
You can look on my "MAKO" thread for steps here:http://forum.mazda6club.com/picture-videos/309978-6feetdeeps-mako-2015-mazda-6-a.html
Amazon.com: HID Kit Computer Warning Canceller & Anti Flicker (1 Pair) - (Original Kensun Brand): AutomotiveWhat are you talking about?
The reason the light output is so low is because of the color temperature of your bulbs. Anything past 6500k will have less light output. I would suggest that you get from 4500k-6500k for the best results.I know this thread is old but I bought the same exact ones that originally were recommended and for some reason they really suck, I put them on my 2015 Mazda 6 and they're dimmer than the factory lights... I purchase 10000k, I've adjusted them and nothing. I don't know much about this but someone mentioned that HIDs don't work well with projectors but I've read and I clearly think that isn't the issue. I'm not sure what I should do at this point...