I am no longer making these. I sold my bike.
Hopefully the mods dont get mad, as I messed up the last write up and want to start fresh.
1-10amp SPDT Relay.It is also made by NTE. Can use one found at an automotive store. $5.99
1-1ohm 25 watt resistor, or 2-2 ohm resistors wired parallel.$1.49 http://www.nteinc.com/resistor_web/resistors.html
(THIS IS FOR 55-60 WATT BULBS. DO NOT USE 100WATT BULBS FOR THIS)
I used an enclosure to put the relay I used in it. $4.99
Should be able to find these at an Industrial Electronic Store.
5' of wire
Soldering Iron, and some Solder
1.5 hours of your time
is where I got my stuff. They are located in Canada tho
Add all the wire to the relay. Leaving at least 12" of length for the wires going to the headlights, and about 8" for the ones going to the resistor.
The relay should look like this
I used mostly all black wire so It looks closer to stock looking.
Then drill out holes in the enclosure. 3 on one side, 2 on the other.
Slide the wires through the holes until the relay is in the enclosure.
Should look like this
Flip over the enclosure. I put about 5 layers of electrical tape to protect it from the heat of the resistors.
Add the wire to the resistors. Make sure to solder the connections.
I then cut the wire, and added some heat shrink. Then taped the resistor to the enclosure.
The relay is done.
I placed the enclosure under the instrument cluster using some double sided tape. It is hidden and out of the way.
You can follow the first picture on how to wire it to the bike. Solder and heat shrink all of your connections
Stock With One light Low beam
With low Beam on 100% and High Beam on at 40%
With Both Lights on 100%
This can be done many different ways. This is just how I did it this time.
If I do another I might try to incorporate everything inside an enclosure.