I picked up some on eBay and they were about 1/8" too narrow and I had to tape the terminals in anyway. Not only that, but I wasted my time soldering them into the kit only to have to remove them and crimp new terminals back on. PAIN IN THE ASS.
What I found when installing my HIDs is that spade terminals, if wiggled just right, will "lock" in the car's H7 connector. To release them, you need to press on the tabs on the sides of the connector. It takes a bit of trial and error to get the spades in the connector just the right way so that they lock, but you'll eventually get it. So that may be another option for you, instead of getting male H7 connectors.
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