Winter project was to get some proper lighting on the 990 without hanging a bunch of aux lamps on. Was gonna go with the euro reflector setup but decided to look around a bit to see what else could be done. Found a great source of Hella lamps and parts at Susquehanna MotorSports: http://www.rallylights.com/SearchResult.aspx?CategoryID=359 . Ordered a 99802 Bi-halogen H9 hi/low projector and a 68152 H7 high beam with a city light, both 90mm in diameter. They also have genuine Hella xenons (HID) but they are pricey! Here are the new lights and the stock US lamp before the surgery began: Bi-halogen and bi-xenon lights are low beam projectors with a shutter for the beam cutoff that raises out of the way when high beam is selected. Great idea, especially when using HID because there is no delay or bulb warmup when you hit the brights. Here you can see the bi-halogen lamp on the right and the high on the left. Stock headlight bucket after removing the cover and reflector and starting to open up the hole at the back: Shaving down some extraneous metal on the low beam lamp: Cutting extraneous metal ears from the high beam: The top of the stock bucket only needed a little bit of dremeling to allow the high beam lamp to go in with an interference fit: The trim ring needed some extra clearance: Made some angle brackets and attached them to the mounting ring (58001) that I ordered with the light: Didn't use the aluminum ones; tapped holes in the steel brackets then positioned the mount in the bucket, securing it with 3 bolts from the outside. Ignore the "top" designation: Here's a top view with hi beam in and the low beam bracket in place: Side view with both lamps in: Front view with bracket painted: View from behind: Wired up with a relay for high beam (I'll post wiring diagram later): On the bike, without windshield. You have to make a little room for the back of the light by moving some wire bundles a bit. All done: Finally had enough snow and ice to clear so I could go for a ride tonight, although it was 19 degrees. How do they work? Pretty darn good! Low beam is wide with a nice cutoff; HID pattern seems a bit short front to back but it might be the cheap HID bulb. Didn't try the stock H9 bulb but it's supposed to be good. High beam is fantastic. Shutter raises on HID and halogen high fills in nicely.....very good coverage near and far. Now for the down side: adjustment is difficult. Start by aiming the high beam by shimming the whole bucket. I needed one washer on each top corner to aim the light down some. Then I adjusted the low using the adjusters that came with it. Heavy load in the back will require rear preload to compensate because you'll blind everyone unless your beam cutoff is set right. I'm thinking about drilling holes in the lens cover to get to the adjusters after you RTV the cover over the new lights. Could put a rubber plug in them. Wiring the lights up to do what I wanted wasn't too hard, and I'll post a diagram later. Gotta keep the low on when the high is selected. Don't know how this compares to a euro light; I've never seen one. I'm happy with this setup though, and it didn't cost a grand from TT.