I used the Victory switch, about $26.00 if I remember correctly. It's a quality piece. First tried the cheapy $7 kind from an auto parts store, but it broke apart mounting it in the slot. First remove both painted tipover bar covers. I ran a 12 guage wire thru the left switch hole down thru the triple tree and followed the Victory wire harness along the left side of steering head back, then down the wire loom/harness to the back side of the battery. I left myself plenty of wire, because I plan on having the dealer wire it into the accessory connection under the tank when I have them replace the air filter. Low on this wire, as close to the battery as I could , I spliced in a 10 amp covered fuse. But I left it where I could access it if it blew and I needed to get to it. Then ran 2 wires down thru the switch hole, one going to the right side and one to the left side. (foloowing the Victory harness/cables) Ran those wires across the top of the tipover bars (zip tied as needed). The wires run between the horizontal & vertical bars down to the lights. The brackets are actually exhaust brackets I got at the J&P store in Daytona. I removed the front bolt out of the tipover bar & loosened the rear. I was able to flex the vertical & horizontal bar apart to slide the bracket up between the bars and slipped in the bolt. The rear bolt is then spaced out using stainless flat washes the thickness of the bracket. Made my connections at the switch and battery and was finished. I used the large Silver Bullets(about 2 1/2" in diameter) that have the wire exiting the chrome housing with the solid bolt. They come with 20 watt bulbs, but I replaced them with 35's ($6 apiece) that I got from Custom Dynamics, They also make a compatible LED that fits, about $45 a piece. Hope this answers your questions.
2015 XCT Two Tone White/Gray
Ultimate Seat & Backrest
Custom Dynamics Non-Sequential License Plate Frame
Kuryakyn #4178 Windshield Bag
Victory Bag Guards
Custom Dynamic Cool Magic Bullet LED Running Lights
+2" Back Bars
Victory Highway Pegs #2874837 & Z-Bracket
Kuryakyn Sabertooth LED's
Traded for a 2015 Cross Country Tour on 8-31-15
Previous bike was a 2010 Victory Cross Country-Midnight Cherry, had 54,xxx+ trouble free miles. Just needed a change & got a great deal.
Last edited by rdeerx; 02-01-2011 at 02:44 PM.