10A should've been enough. But you can try upgrading to 15A fuse. BTW, if fuse blew there should not be any Smoke & Smell. Probably faulty bulb?
BTW did you check polarity before installing? As opposed to simple Halogen bulbs, HID & LED kits are Polarity sensitive.
NOT SO GOOD EXPERIENCE
Ordered HID through a shop seller based in Delhi, through Instagram. (Karol bagh) to be specific.
I clearly asked him for 55w 5500k for HB3 and 35W 5500K H27.
After delivery i checked the markings on the boxes, but there were no ticks on specific socket names and colour temperature. So didn't bothered much, as there were socket stickers pasted inside the box.
Installed HID in Headlights as parcel was delivered late in the evening, and i don't prefer getting any work done from any mechanic and i had knowledge to install it myself. HID in Headlights worked in single go didn't even have to reverse the sockets, after temporary fittings gone for short spin and output was mind blowing. And i was thinking myself why didn't i upgraded to HID's and what sh*t is companies providing in stock lightings.
After one day finally got spare time to open the bumper and get the HID fixed in fog lamps. But only one side started, i checked the couplers reversed it. And turned on FUSE BLOW. i thought HID was defective, changed the halogens and tried to turn on, and they weren't working, so the culprit was fuse. Again replaced the fuse with spare one supplied in car's fuse box, and another fuse blowed. So took the car to accessories shop guy and showed to him.
But what i got to know after consulting with an accessories shop guy, when fog lamps were not working. He checked and told me the HID in fog lamps are too 55w. So he suggested that Install an 15amp fuse. And it worked to my surprise. But I wasn't sure that increasing fuse capacity is safe or not?
after fitting and turned full HID's on and the guy told me that these both are 55w and 6000k. I wasn't much impressed with the seller. But light was working normal, so just asked him that why he send me both 55w. He replied 35w wasn't available in H27.
now i won't think buying these all kind of thing is an good option through delhi sellers specially.
So asked on Facebook group of i20ownersclub, that anyone installed 55w in fog lamps, there was 1 owner who was using it for 1 year has no problem with melting issues, but what was surprising was his 55w HID was working on stock 10Amp fuse.
Tried uploading the pictures of installation, and output, but looks like they are heavy images which aren't allowing me to post.