Got a Xetronic G2 (single bulb) kit from Xtralights. It makes a dramatic difference in visibility and casts a wider beam than stock! The only disadvantage on kits like these though is the headlight can not be dimmed so when you switch from Hi and Lo it only effects what angle the light is focused. That means if you are taking a tightly curved road you may have to put your Hi beam on to see farther in front of you while in a banked turn. Also if you are going over a hill in Lo beam cars coming up the opposite direction will get the full blast of your light and might flash you thinking that you have your Hi beam on. All said and done though I think it was one of the best safety mods I have added to the bike. Even during the day it makes it hard for the cagers to ignore you!
BTW be weary of the cheap $50 HID kits. I had one go out on me after only 2 weeks. Your headlight is not something you want to take chances on during a road trip.
P.S. The link you provided is for a two bulb kit which would not be the right kit for most motorcycles.
2009 1700 Nomad (Black)
OPT7 LED headlamp
Painted brake disks
Kawasaki light bar
Scootworks bar risers & engine chaps
RAM phone mount & drink holder
Kuryakyn speakers & AC outlet
National speedometer cowl
Wolo air horn
Oxford heated grips
Vaquero engine emblems
Mustang touring seat
Irons in the Fire rack
Kuryakyn Triple Play tail light
Cobra Tri-Oval exhaust
LED custom driving lights, accents, and turn signals
Goodyear Tripletred rear tire (205-16-60)
Ivans ECU flash
Last edited by matt7even; 01-20-2015 at 11:32 AM.