Next comes to placing all of the wiring. I personally think this is the hardest part of the whole install because I'm so particular on how everything looks. You also don't want much wiring sticking out because the forks will hit it. I won't go into much detail on it because everybody will be different how they want everything. I like a clean look, so I tried to hide most of the wires in the body of the bike
You don't need to, but it would be a good idea now to check all your wiring and make sure everything works before you reinstall the cowl onto the bike. In the above picture I obviously already reinstalled the headlights onto the front cowl, make sure your BAS is installed correctly. There's an arrow and the word "UP" on it so you know which way to install it.
Go ahead and reinstall the cowl on the bike. Run your wiring to the battery for the ballasts however you want. I ran them on each side of the bike, under the mid fairings. Reconnect all of the wiring harnesses to the bike also. I installed a switch for the HID's, a switch for the halo's, and a switch for the led strips. It's a little tricky getting all of the wiring hidden under the fairings, but it's possible, just take your time.
Once you get everything reinstalled, you get to aim the adjuster screws. Two of the 3 on the housing for each lens are the adjusters (they are the ones that you are able to use a phillips screwdriver on) One adjusts up/down, the other adjusts left/right.
And here's the finished product!!
My lenses are dirty in the pictures so that's why it looks like there are some smudges.
the LED strips that I installed are coming up from the lens in a spot or two, but I'm hoping that when the bike sits in the sun for a bit they will lay back down where they are supposed to be