FL head lights on a PFL

Started by TheTigerUK, November 16, 2022, 12:40

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TheTigerUK

How much of a job is it wiring wise to do the swap ? I know physically the swap is a pain in the bottom at least from what i've seen it is.
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But.  PFL headlights are less prone to internal yellowing.  I know you like shiny, But the originals are the better unit, I reckon.
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jvanzyl

Buy these and then there's no hassle
https://fullspeedtech.com/toyota-mr2-spyder-headlight-adapters

Removing the front bumper isn't hard and you're easily done taking it off in less than 20 mins.

Watch a few vids etc first- only place that catches people out is the bolt inside the mud guard that is visible by pulling away at the guard.
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Quote from: jvanzyl on November 16, 2022, 13:12Buy these and then there's no hassle
https://fullspeedtech.com/toyota-mr2-spyder-headlight-adapters

What the ad' doesn't tell you is that when high beam is selected, low beam goes off.  And so negates the light improvement of the FL's.

There's a guy on one of the facebook groups who supposedly did convert his car in about 25 minutes.  And fully-working. I don't know how though.

The bumper doesn't need undone underneath. It can be tilted forward.