A couple of days ago (while I had the fairing off, for a Stebel horn install, https://www.victoryforums.com/showpos...1&postcount=45
), I installed my Motolights. Like Greg, I already had these; in fact, they were on my '07 Burgman 650, until I sold it a few months ago, and on my Valkyrie Interstate for a couple of years before that.
Also like Greg, I installed a switch (the official Victory one, I think designed for fog lights) in the dash. I will say this: taking off the front fairing is much easier than taking off the dash (which I found necessary to do, in order to install the switch). The dash panel has 10 bolts, 6 of which are a real pain in the a$$ to deal with, because you can't get an Allen-head socket in, and you can certainly fuggedaboud trying to put a torque wrench on them.
I mounted the lights downward from the lower caliper bolt; it looks like Greg mounted that bracket piece upwards. No big deal, to each his own. I think Motolight recommends having the wire come out on the underside of things, probably to aid drainage of any water; I also think it doesn't really matter.
About two and a half years ago, I changed out the stock 35-watt halogen bulbs for 5-watt LEDs. Keep in mind that if you're doing an Iron Butt Rally and you want to see a half-mile down the road, Motolights are not for you; you'll be better off with something from PIAA or Hella. As Greg mentioned, Motolights are primarily for conspicuity (and they light up the side of the road better, too).
So, I wasn't concerned about any light-down-the-road loss. I did this to save 60 watts of alternator juice, around the same time I got a heated jacket liner (which consumes 76 watts on max heat). The Burger was running a juice deficit at idle with the lights and the heat; the solution was to not stop, or turn off the Motolights, or change to LEDs. At a couple thousand RPM, the alternator - 500-some watts - was fine, though. I haven't seen any specs on Vic's X-series alternator output, or how much it drops off as the engine drops down to idle, so I can't comment on that.
The pictures below show how the recent installation came out, as well as two older pics: one shows the halogen vs. the LED bulb, and another one shows the light-pattern and color change, when I had one stock halogen in place (on the left in the pic) and one LED replacement in (the right side of the pic). So, my light triangle, with the XCT's HID bulb, is all about the same color; Greg's two-color setup is probably better for getting cagers to notice it.