I am the first person to state.....Opt7 has worked for me! Also, more important: Lights Lights Lights, save lives! So when it comes to this I make sure I not only have a good headlamp but driving lamps. I am not a fan of the box style ones, some look cool but just not my cup of tea, so I turned to Opt7 yet again, and here is what I got.
So here is the Home Depot run plus Amazon:
I tend to wire battery direct, at least for now. I made sure to put an in-line fuse, just for a little ease of mind.
Whenever I wire on something outside I make sure I wrap the crap out of the connections, no matter the "weather proof".
Grab a drill and make a hole, fill with this beauty. I love these as they have an indicator they are on.
I wired them all up, the black tape is to indicate ground, I use one bundle of red wires because I can and know how to make it work, I do not recommend this if you're just starting your first project as you can cross wires when running them down the bike and hiding them. I tend to strip both sides of the ground and only one of the power wire. This has been a little trick I was taught years ago.
You can easily attach with double sided tape (this stuff lasts) and wire up. The wire will tuck right behind the gray and you can tie it to the plastic with a zip-tie that will hide the wire and not go sideways as shown here.
Here is the lights all wired and installed, yet not on...........
....and when I push the power, Opt7 never fails!
Hope you enjoyed! Was actually easy being I have taken the bike apart prior.