Hylux HID System

  • $135.00
Tax included.

Rivaled: A long standing debate in the automotive aftermarket...Morimoto, or Hylux ballasts? Often regarded as the "other" great in the HID lighting industry; Hylux has been building reputable parts for about as long as we can remember - you just couldn't buy them from TRS, until now!

Hylux 2A88 or A0050 Ballasts: Their powerful igniters are also capable of quick re-strikes without fail. Well designed circuitry and igniter setup results in a relatively fast warm up time for the HID bulbs when powered by a Hylux ballast, but without requiring much power. The 2A88 (35w) ballasts have an integrated error canceler, making them compatible with most European vehicles without any extra gear required to cancel "lamp out" errors. The A0050 (50w) ballasts will still require optional "CANBUS" harnesses if your vehicle is so equipped.

Morimoto XB HID Bulbs: At the heart of the XB HID bulbs is their perfectly aligned 100% Philips Quartz glass that houses a capsule from APL-USA. Using high quality halide salts from German-supplier Messer; the bulbs produce nearly the same luminosity (intensity) as the amazing Osram CBI bulbs at 5500K. No, you're not seeing things here, but yes you will be seeing everything at night!

Wiring: The Morimoto HD Relay Harness features an all-new completely sealed double 40A Relays, 14 gauge stranded copper wire wrapped in durable black tech-flex mesh that looks like a factory harness once installed. No cutting or splicing here: there are only five connections and they're all plug-n-play.



  • 2x Ballasts: Hylux 2A88 35w or Hylux A0050 45w
  • 2x Bulbs: Morimoto XB
  • 1x Harness: HD Relay
  • Warranty: Three Years
  • Misc: Bulb alcohol cleaning pads



        • Output: 45W
        • Ignition Voltage: 23KV
        • Input Voltage: 9-32VDCNOM
        • Input Current: < 4.5A @ 12VDC
        • Climate Range: -40C to +85C
        • Rated Lifetime: 2000 hours
                KELVIN AND LUMENS (35W)
                  • 3000K: Golden Yellow (~2800 lm)
                  • 4500K: Warm White (~3500 lm)
                  • 5500K: Pure White (~3400 lm)
                  • 6500K: Cool White (~3200 lm)