Okay do you think I could get a Bixenon bulb? Because I know that was made for that situation I ran Bixenon in my focus when I had it
Bixenon headlights run high and low beam though the projector and these use a dual filament bulb with 3 wires (ground, high and low), meaning there are 2 filaments in the bulb and each filament lights up depending on what switch (high/low) you put on & there is a magnet that opens the projector for the high beams; whole other story... In our case, the high beam wire coming into the headlight supplies both the DRL pulsating current and the night time full 12V stable high beam current. If you had a 3 prong dual filament bulb in the high beam housing, you couldn't plug each current separately since its the same wire. Also, if you split the wire and connect it to the high & low prongs, it may again cause problems with the high beam filament/HID kit.
If you strongly wish to keep your HID high beam kit, I would find a way to redirect the pulsating current to another light that is considered legal for DRLs (eg. I think the parking/corner lights can be DRLs legally). You can also disable the pulsating current, and connect a wire that always comes on with the engine to eg. the parking lights. But I don't think there is a way to get an HID high beam kit to accept the DRL pulsating current and have the light shine less intensely during the day. Another solution which is what I'm working on, is to buy the K2 headlights and that way you can have a day time running LED strip and bi-xenon HID low/highs (with 1 HID kit) once I figure out how to wire it for the Canadian system...