Main Motorcycle: 2010 T100 Black / White
Join Date: Jul 2011
Location: Wyckoff, NJ
So I ended up deciding against the angel eyes/LED lamp. It seems that most of the ones that I saw are barely visible enough during the daylight so that there is no point.
Instead, I installed the HID kit last week since, thanks to Sandy, there wasn't much else to do. The bulb that I had was an HID Low, Halogen Hi beam, not bi-xenon. I ended up changing the wiring so that the Hi Halogen wire from the HID kit is wired to the Low beam harness connector and the Low HID Xenon wire is wired to the High Beam connector. (Basically reversing High and Low connectors).
Since the High Beam on the HID light is a 60W halogen light, I am not straining the Bonnie on startup, I have a DRL for the day and then at night, I use the Hi Beam switch to turn on the HID light. Given how bright the HID seems to be (5000K), I don't think that I will need a High beam. I haven't had a chance to test it yet but will post pictures next time I go out at night. Too many leaves and debris on the road right now.
I do see that the light on the HID is spread wide, so I am going to get one of those 7" projector beams. I had a headlight from an old BMW 328 that I had which had the whole projector, light cutoff and height adjustment setup, but that won't fit.