One word of caution on LEDs or HIDs though.
I replaced all of my bikes lights to LEDs, from Cyclops. They're incredibly bright, and I think they reach as far a couple miles (that I can see the signs reflecting light).
However, they are 6,000K in color. Meaning, they're of a white blueish hue.
The Xenon on the OEM lights are at 4,300K. This is not blue, white or yellow. It's almost yellow but mostly white.
Blue light is dispersed and scattered by moisture, and anything that has water (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rayleigh_scattering
). It's called Rayleigh Scattering.
This is why the sky is blue, and water looks blue.
So, when I changed my GS ligths to LED, I was in Costa Rica in a torrential rain. I couldn't see jack. The lights were reflecting on everything like a big blue fog.
So, my high beam is back to Halogen. Same for the other bikes.
On the LT somehow the high beam does work. I think it's because of the Xenon light.
Anyways, I've been trying to find 4,300K LEDs but no luck. They sell them only with a yellow screen.
On the LT will work.