Just wanted to share my light install in case anyone else is interested in adding some massive light output to their bikes. I used the following lights - Quad CREE XML T6 - 3000Lm: Quad CREE XML T6 3000Lm 12V 30Watt LED Auxiliary Light, 24x7 Diy With the following controller (wiring diagram on page as well): Waterproof Wireless LED Dimmer with High Beam Bypass I mounted the lights up on my mirrors, but you can put them anywhere you want. Lights: Wiring runs under the top plastic on the dash - not pretty, but can't be seen unless you're on your knees : For wiring I used a fused harness off the battery, connected to a relay mounted under the tank/front seat. Then ran the power from the relay up to the front of the bike near the fuse box. Power wire: In the picture below is the wiring. The blue lead is the trigger wire for the relay tapped into the low beams. The purple wire is the full power trigger for the LED controller tapped into the high beams. Wiring: The controller allows the LEDs to be infinitely dim-able via the remote key fob, and jump to full power when you switch on the high beams.The other two sets of connections are the power from the battery/relay to the controller, and the output of the controller to the lights. As the wiring sizes were mismatched, I used Posi-Twist connectors. Pic is before I tied everything down and cleaned it up. I did not use a separate switch as the controller has a remote control which suits my needs to turn them on off or dim them. Got out to test ride at night with these on some dark roads and they are simply amazing. They put out more usable light than the HID high beam and low combined - and the light is pure white and brings out the detail. I was running them with the lows at about 30% and did not seem to piss off any cagers - switch on the high beams and they jump to full power (much quicker than the HID's, which is nice). Here are a few crappy pics I took the other night to show how they compared to the low and high beam (35w HID) - the quality is not great, and the bike is on the side stand. high/low: high/low and 2x 3000Lm LEDs: They camera shots did not do very well at capturing light, but you can see by comparison how much brighter they are. The fence and tree in the distance are a football field away. Also, power wise they work well with the limited output of the Busa (400 watts at 5k). I was running heated gear tonight with the HID high/low and LEDs on, and the voltage stayed around 14volt. Did not drop below 13.5 at any time. So they draw an amazingly little amount of current for the output they have.