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HiRo-CuBe
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HiRo-CuBe Jan 23, 5:26am - #3028 
2000 Liquid Silver Toyota Celica
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2000 Toyota Celica

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Riverside, CA
Nokya Arctic White's?

I was thinking of getting the Nokya Arctic White H7, and the H3..does anyone have these bulbs? Are they any good? I want the light output to be really bright white...I can't afford HID's or PIAA's...I need something cheap but good...mabye around 30 dollars for a pair. Any other suggestions?
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JeffRecodo
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JeffRecodo Jan 23, 2:45pm - #3029 
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San Diego
My friend has Nokya Arctic Purples... they're FIne but I've heard they have a short life span
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celica01Chick
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celica01Chick Jan 23, 9:26pm - #3030 
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I have both the H7's and the H3's and I love them. One of my H3's went out like 2 weeks after I got it installed and I had to order new ones but other than that they've been great!

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tony
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tony Jan 23, 9:28pm - #3031 

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I had them... they were great. But, since we carry showoffs now, i switched.

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FUBAR2001GT
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FUBAR2001GT Jan 24, 3:09pm - #3032 
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I've had the nokya arctic whites for a while now, they are very good, even though they are 70w. But, people have had them for 2 years without problems. If you want to stick with stock wattage, then you should go with eurolites. Eurolite fusions are the better ones. I don't know much about the showoffs, I might try them after my nokyas burn out.
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