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    To Raybrig or not to Raybrig

    Hope someone can shed some light on the situation.
    My car currently has two different front headlights, I'm assuming one jdm and one off a U.K. S13
    One of them has a horrific light pattern and im looking to potential replace both with Raybrig lights.

    My question is do Raybrigs replace the entire unit, both reflector and lens?
    Also, any recommendations for a place to buy? Ebay have some for 60..
    Cheers

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    it replaces the whole unit and a good upgrade imo,ebay is a wash with them now and hard to tell what it is you will get,
    the price of them has made me hang onto mine, I paid good money for a pair from an import MR2 loaded with TRD Veilside and Wings west bits
    but not 100% they are the real deal
    you may have one OE lamp and other could be from anything with a 7x4 headlamp ,a lot of 90's cars had them
    not sure were to try for genuine

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    Brilliant, that's goood to know. RHD Japan have them but you can get a pair via eBay U.K. stock for half their price before shipping.
    Like you say, hard to know what's genuine though and how much difference it'll make. I want to make sure it has a decent beam pattern because at the moment one is horrific and one is good

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    Genuine Raybrig are brlliant.

    Excellent accurate beam pattern and a massive increase in light projection compared to the originals. Sufficiently good that I ripped out my non-MOT friendly HID's and have gone back to OEM Halogens, but they no longer feel like I am using two wax candles...

    How you ensure that you get genuine is the trickier problem. I went ebay unaware of the existence of fakes and got lucky.

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