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Hey all I just want to post up a few pics of the Nokya bulbs that I had put in.


Here's the bulbs.

So far I haven't driven my car enough yet at night to make a decision whether these bulbs are really good for improving visibility, but I definitely can say that it looks a whole lot better than stock bulbs. Does anyone know what size bulbs are the DRLs and High Beams? I see two bulbs on each side and I was wondering if they're both 9005.
 

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I've been thinging about getting yellow fogs and triying to decide between 3K HID or these. Have any pics head-on from a longer distance. Also, how worried are you about the 80W vs stock 55W?

Why did you go with H11 bulbs instead of 9006. It looks like there are Nokya Yellow 9006 bulbs with 70W.

Anyone tried Luminincs JDM Yellow? They have 2 types and both say 55W:

9006

and 9006XS



The DRL/High beam is a single 9005 bulb. I like the look of the LED DRLs, but you lose your high beam function. PIAA and other manufacturers make good 9005 bulbs, but they still look dull and yellow in DRL mode. I'd like something to match the stock HID in the DRL mode. I'm thinking of trying some pure blue or artic purple lights to see what they look like. They'll probably look really blue in high beam mode, but I really use them. Any thoughts?


Thanks,
Rob
 

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be very careful using nokya bulbs with stock wiring harnesses. They're drawing way more power than the stock bulbs. otherwise it looks great :)
 

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I've been running these bulbs for a long time with no issues :)
 

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I've been running these bulbs for a long time with no issues :)
Good to know as I was waiting to hear some recent personal experiences with these as I have a set sitting around from my TSX and wanted to install them but was worried about melting the harness or housing. You are running the H11 version right?
 

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Looks great. I went the HID route and I have to say that looks no different than my setup, output wise.
 

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Good to know as I was waiting to hear some recent personal experiences with these as I have a set sitting around from my TSX and wanted to install them but was worried about melting the harness or housing. You are running the H11 version right?
Yes H11 in the FOG and 9005's in the high beams. I have 8k bulbs in my main headlights, I always run with my fogs on and they actually make up for a lot of the light output loss of the 8k's and the blue/yellow look is something I liked :)
 

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Hey all I just want to post up a few pics of the Nokya bulbs that I had put in.


DUDE!!!! go xenon.. match it up with the headlights.. This is old school is300 stuff here.. Time for newer, bigger, and better baby!!! GET SOME!!! ebay.. 32.95 shipped :D
 

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DUDE!!!! go xenon.. match it up with the headlights.. This is old school is300 stuff here.. Time for newer, bigger, and better baby!!! GET SOME!!! ebay.. 32.95 shipped :D
Lolz. Can't go wrong with being old school. :p
 

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Well the Nokya fog light Bulbs is 80W, too high and too much heat will melt your OEM fog light harness eventually.

You should use those with the ceramic fog light harness, or switch to 55W if your fog lights on all the time.
 

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these really looks nice. would love to do this on my own car. thanks for posting!
i recommend putco as the wattage is not over 50w. the nokya work as well so no complaints from the owner so far.
 

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^^ this guy can vouch for me since we're always out rolling together! :p
 

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Well the Nokya fog light Bulbs is 80W, too high and too much heat will melt your OEM fog light harness eventually.

You should use those with the ceramic fog light harness, or switch to 55W if your fog lights on all the time.
Wow. I think I will pass on this.
 
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