With my original traffic light for High Speed consisting of melted plastic held together by black electrical tape, I have been searching for a replacement traffic light. In reading various posts on this forum it is clear that no original replacements can be found.Checking with Terry at Pinball life revealed that a modified replacement prototype has been made but the cost would exceed $50. Terry did not feel that there would be enough demand to justify production by a third party, but he graciously offered to produce one if I wanted. Wanting to check it out for myself, I contacted Langless28 who had two 3D print files for a modified traffic light (one horizontal and one vertical) which he graciously shared with me. I sent one of his files to Sculpteo, a 3D online printing service, and they produced the traffic light pictured below. I ordered the 50 cent lenses from Pinball Life and they clicked into place perfectly. I was worried that the tabs on the light which connect the plastic to the metal base would break, but they fit perfectly. My total cost was right around $40 for a light which is stronger and more heat resistant than the original. I selected the MultiJet Fusion PA 12 material dyed with Color Resist Black from the 3D printing company. There are probably cheaper materials and printers out there if someone wanted to take the time to check them out. My only slight negative about the light is that the realistic looking hoods over the 3 lights tend to cover a bit of the lights such that they are not as bright as before, but this is barely noticeable. Thanks to all who have posted and contributed on this issue.