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isaac Jan 28, 2:30am - #385559 
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New NOKYA lighting installed... some pictures

After having absolute ZERO problems with the MTEC lighting installed to my celica since end of 2003... And writing all the positive personal reviews of MTEC - Plus after selling over 4,000 sets of MTEC with very few issues being reported...

For those few persons who still believe that MTEC isn't right for them, I decided to add another line of lighting to the store - PLUS program the options into the store where you could choose the lighting you want for your car... "YOUR-CHOICE LIGHTING PACKAGE" wave

NOKYA Arctic White Low Beams and NOKYA Super Yellow Fog Lights have been added!

https://www.celicahobby.com/catalog/product_info.php?cPath=28&products_id=224



To get things off to a good start, I had to take some photos of the Nokya lighting...

Link to the Gallery of those photos...
https://www.celicahobby.com/gal3/inst_nokya


These are the Low Beams - Notice that the Fog lights are still on wave

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isaac Jan 28, 2:35am - #385560 
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Over the next couple of days, I will also add the PIAA Line to the store... and I have 3 (THREE ONLY) sets of Xetronic GENUINE 8,000k HID Xenon Conversion Kits (H7 Bulb) available for private party sale in the CLASSIFIED forum for about $350 SHIPPED... this will be posted on Friday sometime

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xmangt1 Jan 28, 2:40am - #385561 

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good stuff! I need a PIAA set like yesterday bcuz My PIAA headlight got busted in the accident.(I might get my car back monday thumbsup)
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10celica10 Jan 28, 2:41am - #385562 
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Very nice! Ive already ordered the yellow fogs!!! Wooooooooot i was the first wink I love my MTECs and will probably love these NOKYAs also, thanks Isaac!
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Polykarb Jan 28, 2:45am - #385563 

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Lets see how fast these burn-out and/or short out the wiring...

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RevMonster Jan 28, 2:52am - #385564 

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I have the Nokya Arctic Purple highs and lows... no problems after three months. Not quite as bright as the MTECs I used to have, but the color is better. thumbsup

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speedducky Jan 28, 2:53am - #385565 

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I had I set of these back when I had my VW Golf MkIV and they lasted for at least year and a half they probally lasted longer I traded the car in and they were still working perfectly thumbsup

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10celica10 Jan 28, 3:08am - #385566 
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Originally Posted by Polykarb
Lets see how fast these burn-out and/or short out the wiring...


STFU asshole, your wiring shorted out because of YOUR install. Why dont you go buy some silvertstars for 20 bucks for a bulb. I think you can take a chance on NOKYAs for the price offered. Besides NOKYA has been around since 1998 if you dont believe me check out their site http://www.spwindustries.com/nokya/halogens.php .

This isnt an arguing match, 90% of bulbs going out prematurly are due to the instalation. If you believe these bulbs are bad-dont buy them, you cant even judge them if you dont own them. So pleasedie before you bash a product you know nothing about.


Would you say the same thing about PIAAs? You should judging by your judgement.
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VSGTS14 Jan 28, 3:19am - #385567 

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g96818 Jan 28, 4:12am - #385568 

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can you put HID's into a 2000?
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xmangt1 Jan 28, 4:17am - #385569 

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Sure H7 lows, H3 fog
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10celica10 Jan 28, 5:02am - #385570 
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Yes you can buy an aftermarket HID kits...they go for around 300-400 dollars.
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Chelica815 Jan 28, 5:49am - #385571 
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Good stuff. Would have purchased the low from you if I have known. I will just wait till these Eurodezigns burn out grin

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g96818 Jan 28, 5:49am - #385572 

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i mean buy the hid bulbs and stick um into stock sockets?
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RookieGTS Jan 28, 5:56am - #385573 

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RookieGTS Jan 28, 5:56am - #385574 

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damn if you add PIAA to your e.celica store lol damn im gonna be a buy whore when the time comes.
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BaTMaN_4 Jan 28, 6:36am - #385575 

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defyenz Jan 28, 6:48am - #385576 

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piaa > nokya ?

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tony Jan 28, 6:52am - #385577 

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Originally Posted by g96818
i mean buy the hid bulbs and stick um into stock sockets?


Real HID bulbs comes in 3 kinds:

1) D2R - "R" stands for reflector. These bulbs have built-in shields and are designed for reflector housing.

2) D2S - "S" stands for shield. These bulbs don't have built-in shields and are designed for projector housing with shields.

3) Rebased bulbs - These are essentially D2S/D2R bulbs with modified bases to fit OEM housing. For example, to fit a 2000+ Celica, you would need the H7 rebased bulbs.

Keep in mind, even with the rebased bulbs, you would still need to modify your spacer or use piano wires to hold the bulbs in place.

I have a HID kit from an Infinity G35 with D2R bulbs. I was able to use the stock clip to hold the bulbs in place. The D2R/D2S bulbs are similar to H7 in size. So, all three bulb types will fit our projectors. I installed Mcculloch HID kit (with rebased bulbs) on Renee's car. And I have D2R on mine.

I have tried a lot of different brands of "HID" bulbs before going with the reall thing. MTEC is by far the brightest. Nokya is the prettiest (in terms of color). And I had PIAA Ion Yellow fogs for a long time.

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Galcobar Jan 28, 7:28am - #385578 
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One problem -- an HID bulb has a totally different light pattern than a halogen bulb, even when the bases are the same.

Think about it, the shape of a filament is going to be pretty different than a arc of ignited gas between two electrodes.

If you've got projectors or housings designed to match a halogen bulb, it won't produce a correct beam pattern with an HID bulb.

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Grand-Touring-Dan Jan 28, 7:35am - #385579 
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I'll get some pics up also, Isaac, when I get mine installed.
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defyenz Jan 28, 7:35am - #385580 

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anyone have phillips ultinon hids?

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tony Jan 28, 7:40am - #385581 

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Originally Posted by Galcobar
One problem -- an HID bulb has a totally different light pattern than a halogen bulb, even when the bases are the same.

Think about it, the shape of a filament is going to be pretty different than a arc of ignited gas between two electrodes.

If you've got projectors or housings designed to match a halogen bulb, it won't produce a correct beam pattern with an HID bulb.


He is asking if the bulbs would fit our OEM housing. And the answer is yes. Of course, putting a bulb that's not designed for the housing will require modification and the result will not be perfect.

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Marlyman Jan 28, 4:41pm - #385582 

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On true HID setup you will also need to install ballasts and ignitors. Im running 12,000K HID's at the moment and its like driving in daylight.
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SquareEnix Jan 28, 4:51pm - #385583 
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nokya artic white is the setup i've been running with, got it from my local body shop
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mrluilou Jan 28, 6:11pm - #385584 

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g96818 Jan 28, 8:31pm - #385585 

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Originally Posted by tony
Originally Posted by g96818
i mean buy the hid bulbs and stick um into stock sockets?


Real HID bulbs comes in 3 kinds:

1) D2R - "R" stands for reflector. These bulbs have built-in shields and are designed for reflector housing.

2) D2S - "S" stands for shield. These bulbs don't have built-in shields and are designed for projector housing with shields.

3) Rebased bulbs - These are essentially D2S/D2R bulbs with modified bases to fit OEM housing. For example, to fit a 2000+ Celica, you would need the H7 rebased bulbs.

Keep in mind, even with the rebased bulbs, you would still need to modify your spacer or use piano wires to hold the bulbs in place.

I have a HID kit from an Infinity G35 with D2R bulbs. I was able to use the stock clip to hold the bulbs in place. The D2R/D2S bulbs are similar to H7 in size. So, all three bulb types will fit our projectors. I installed Mcculloch HID kit (with rebased bulbs) on Renee's car. And I have D2R on mine.

I have tried a lot of different brands of "HID" bulbs before going with the reall thing. MTEC is by far the brightest. Nokya is the prettiest (in terms of color). And I had PIAA Ion Yellow fogs for a long time.


i see, so basically i can just get the D2R/D2S bulbs?

thx Tony wave
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Spread Eagle Jan 28, 9:37pm - #385586 

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Great news! Another quality product added to the Ecelica store. thumbsup


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tony Jan 28, 9:43pm - #385587 

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Originally Posted by g96818


i see, so basically i can just get the D2R/D2S bulbs?

thx Tony wave


Yes. But, obviously, you would need to buy the complete kit which includes ballast (ignitor if it is not integrated with the ballast) and wire harness.

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ct Jan 28, 10:30pm - #385588 

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nice...i love my mtecs but it's cool ecelica is expanding it's options... thumbsup

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mrluilou Jan 28, 11:50pm - #385589 

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Polykarb Jan 29, 4:05am - #385591 

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Originally Posted by 10celica10
Originally Posted by Polykarb
Lets see how fast these burn-out and/or short out the wiring...


STFU asshole, your wiring shorted out because of YOUR install. Why dont you go buy some silvertstars for 20 bucks for a bulb. I think you can take a chance on NOKYAs for the price offered. Besides NOKYA has been around since 1998 if you dont believe me check out their site http://www.spwindustries.com/nokya/halogens.php .

This isnt an arguing match, 90% of bulbs going out prematurly are due to the instalation. If you believe these bulbs are bad-dont buy them, you cant even judge them if you dont own them. So pleasedie before you bash a product you know nothing about.


Would you say the same thing about PIAAs? You should judging by your judgement.


Ha, i have piaa fogs, based on recommendation from SmutasticGT on how long they lasted. I basically do all my own work on my celica, how the can you state the above? I read the directions in the box like a person with common sense should.

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Virgilson Jan 29, 5:12am - #385592 

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those Nokya look hot! thumbsup
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Clos Jan 29, 6:08am - #385593 
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Originally Posted by Polykarb
Originally Posted by 10celica10
Originally Posted by Polykarb
Lets see how fast these burn-out and/or short out the wiring...


STFU asshole, your wiring shorted out because of YOUR install. Why dont you go buy some silvertstars for 20 bucks for a bulb. I think you can take a chance on NOKYAs for the price offered. Besides NOKYA has been around since 1998 if you dont believe me check out their site http://www.spwindustries.com/nokya/halogens.php .

This isnt an arguing match, 90% of bulbs going out prematurly are due to the instalation. If you believe these bulbs are bad-dont buy them, you cant even judge them if you dont own them. So pleasedie before you bash a product you know nothing about.


Would you say the same thing about PIAAs? You should judging by your judgement.


Ha, i have piaa fogs, based on recommendation from SmutasticGT on how long they lasted. I basically do all my own work on my celica, how the can you state the above? I read the directions in the box like a person with common sense should.
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isaac Jan 29, 7:48am - #385594 
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removing the headlight assembly is not necessary - but it is necessary on high performance bulbs that you not touch the glass with your fingures or any dirt from your engine bay

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eclipseturbogsx Jan 29, 10:06am - #385595 

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is that the nokya yellow foglight bulbs in those pics? and Isaac, did you notice a difference with these and the mtecs low beams? Which one is whiter and brighter? thanks. I'm probably going to pick some up and try them out.
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speedducky Jan 29, 8:18pm - #385596 

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installed nokya's H7's in my car yesterday I'll see if I can get some pics tonight

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speedducky Jan 30, 5:04am - #385597 

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ok got 5 pics
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speedducky Jan 30, 5:04am - #385598 

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speedducky Jan 30, 5:06am - #385599 

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3 you can see the diference between the nokya's and the stock h3's
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tony Jan 30, 10:44pm - #385602 

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Like I said above, Nokya is the prettiest in terms of color. Looks great, Warren. thumbsup

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ravertony Jan 31, 12:13am - #385603 
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i installed mine yesterday. they have a very nice color to them, but not as bright as mtecs
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gtsdohcvvtli Jan 31, 5:08am - #385604 
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Had a set of Nokyas but really didnt like them. Visibilty went down a lot too. The bulbs for the low beams are so big, the projector cant possible focus the beam correctly. Everytime I'm on the interstate, I hate passing semi-truck. Its like the headlight has a little spot lot of its own. When the bulbs are in, theres a small little section that reflects from the projector and gets project directly into a semi's side view Mirror, its annoying too. When the car is parked and its misty, hazy, or foggy out and the lights are on, there's like a ray of light that comes from the very corner of the projector and goes up and away from the car( rh to the right lh to the left) sitting from the driver seat.

And yes the bulbs were installed correctly.
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Virgilson Jan 31, 5:51am - #385605 

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those are sexy warren.
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JaYmez Jan 31, 6:59am - #385606 

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noww yellow fogs get popular rofl
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isaac Jan 31, 7:00am - #385607 
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Originally Posted by JaYmez
noww yellow fogs get popular rofl


had yellows for many years now wave
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tony Jan 31, 7:03am - #385608 

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I always like the yellow fogs because it is difficult to match the fogs to lowbeam (color wise). And yellow fogs make the car stand out a bit. thumbsup

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