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Old 02-04-2014, 04:37 PM   #1
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Nokya Bulbs

wondered if any one is or has tried the Nokya 7k headlight & driving light bulbs
are they any good do they look too blue n tacky ,just trying to get some review before i buy ,thanks


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Old 02-04-2014, 11:46 PM   #2
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I have no personal experience with Nokya bulbs, but have not read much good about them. If you are truly interested in excellent, high quality lighting and bulbs, read:
http://www.danielsternlighting.com/home.html
Here is a very good site for purchasing top quality bulbs:
http://store.candlepower.com/houpbuthno.html
I have the Osram Rallye 65W bulbs in the high beams of my SVT Hella Dynabeams. They are excellent. Just remember that once you get over 55W you are no longer "street legal" in the US. Beyond 65W you may also need relays and/or larger gauge wiring, and caution so as not to melt your headlamp housings. Good luck!
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Old 02-05-2014, 12:26 AM   #3
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I have Nokya Hyper Yellow bulbs in my fogs and love them. For my headlight bulbs I run Philips Crystal Vision Ultras, very nice clean white light. I drove 2 hours a night in the dark for over 20 years working nights.

Side note, Daniel Stearns lighting gives reviews of bulbs and that is great, I agree with some of what is said there, but my eyes have seen many halogen setups and my current setup wins hands down!
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Old 02-05-2014, 06:39 PM   #4
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yeah thanks guys ,i saw them at auto bulbs for less,think are only 23 bucks a pair ,even tho they are 7k they are still a 55/65 w bulb, they also do a 80/100w stg 2 but they rec a heavy duty harness n dont want to get into that , seems the foci are awkward & expensive to add hid`s to . was bothered with the blue color of the bulbs dont want that 10 k tacky blue ricer light look just better lights ,was also gonna get the H10s for the fog /driving lights .
Mainest the dyna beams seem like a newer version of the Hella 50mm projectors(actual Dot low beams with blockers inside) i bought for my bandit streetfighter 5yrs ago now they are pretty good light come with h7 s ,always thought about going hid on those
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I have the Nokya Hyper yellows in my fogs also, for almost three years now and I run them quite a bit. They get a thumbs up from me.
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fighterbandit1200,
mainest bring up some good points about legality of certain bulbs. 7K bulbs are also not legal for a good reason. DOT and NHSTA have set a limit on the kalvin temp to be no higher than 5K. One reason is the actual light output decreases the cooler (higher) the kalvin rating. a 7K bulb will put out less light than a 5K bulb of the same watt output. I work at Philips Lighting and yes the CrystalVision bulbs do give you that white Xenon look and still be DOT.
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