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I found these Luminics bulbs on the web, and decided to give them a shot. They are not cheap, it cost almost $150 for all four.:wow: I got the Titanium bulbs for the headlights, and the Krypton Titaniums for the fogs. So far I like what I see, but driving at night will be a good test. Since it was my second time around swapping the headlights out, it went much easier this time. Here are a few pics I took.


Headlight bulbs; Luminics on the left, Silverstar on the right


Foglight bulbs; Silverstar on the left, Luminics on the right.


Side by side comparison; Luminics on the left, Silverstar on the right.


Luminics bulbs


Silverstar bulbs


Luminics bulbs both sides



You can see that the Luminics bulbs have a more blue color, I'm curious at night what they will look like. I'll take some night shots as soon as I can of how the Nokya's look.
 

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Glenn, you can see the difference clearly, great pics of your R/T, we don't see enough of your fantastic Caliber R/T.. more please..
oh and i spot rain, so we are not the only ones with lots of rain..
 

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Looks like a big difference in the daytime. I can't wait to see the night pics. Kudos for the pictures.
 

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Glenn, you can see the difference clearly, great pics of your R/T, we don't see enough of your fantastic Caliber R/T.. more please..
oh and i spot rain, so we are not the only ones with lots of rain..
I only post pics of my car when I change something, so it was time for a change.;)

Actually we could use some rain, my grass needs it, and it only rained for a few minutes before I finished replacing the bulbs.:eek:
 

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Looks like a big difference in the daytime. I can't wait to see the night pics. Kudos for the pictures.
I wonder what the original buls would have looked like next to the Luminics.:confused: Imagine that difference!!!:wow:
 

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Here's some night shots, but just as I figured the straight on shots don't show much of a difference, although the reflection on my garage does.:D

Luminics on the left, Silverstar on the right.


Silverstar on the left, Luminics on the right.


I like what I see so far, hopefully they'll last a while.
 

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I'll be interested in the life of these bulbs. The trade off is usually a much shorter life. Thanks for being a guinea pig!;)
 

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My apologies!! the bulbs are made by Luminics, not Nokya.:eek: ;)




 

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I'll be interested in the life of these bulbs. The trade off is usually a much shorter life. Thanks for being a guinea pig!;)

I replaced my bulbs because one of my Silverstar fog lights blew out. I think I had those in for quite a while now, I'm hoping to get at least a year or two out of these.:eek: I don't mind being the guinea pig.;)
 

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Where did you buy those headlights? Def what I've been looking for for a long time
 

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Nice improvement, thanks for sharing! I had similar bulbs that I got from JC Whitney and they lasted 8 years in my Caravan. They were still going strong when I traded it. I miss the whiter light.
 

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where did you pick those up?
 

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haha
shh

my computer was having a moment, maby not the compupter, just me.
 

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Now I've been thinking. Are these just a direct replacement for the OEM bulbs? No changing of plugs or anything?
 

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Now I've been thinking. Are these just a direct replacement for the OEM bulbs? No changing of plugs or anything?
Just a plain ole' lightbulb swap, nothing more.;)
 

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if they are the stock wattage then they should last, i had the high wattage h13's and h10's and they all blew out fast!
 
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