So wired some some 35W HID's last night for my 2013 F800GS and received a lamp failure when I went to start the bike. No surprise there. Supposedly the system is expecting to see a load that's either not there, or greatly diminished. One solution is to order 55W HID's such as a kit from DDM tuning, runs about $65. http://www.ddmtuning.com/Products/DDM-35W-55W-Single-HiLo-Motorcycle-HID-Kit Another is to wire in a load resistor to let CANBus believe there's adequate load on the system, runs about $25. http://www.KBcarstuff.com/CANBUS-Fix-p/cbfix.htm The above two solutions are a no-go for many because the HID is there to free up additional power. In a bunch of the HID systems I've worked with, they've always come with a relay, allowing the HID system to be wired straight to the battery, for whatever reason has been given. A relay to ground from the light circuit is isolated from the main circuit powering the 35W HID ballast, and is very easy to notice as being shorted. So here are my questions: Is 35W enough to inform CANBus that there is a load on the lamp circuit? I was thinking of wiring the HID circuit to the stock wiring (35W < 55W) and seeing if that were enough for CANBus Any system using a relay should have <1W going through it, so shouldn't any wiring harness for HID w/ a relay trigger a lamp failure?