Blown 2 headlight bulbs here in a week. Tusk doesnt really change the wiring for the headlight if your not familiar. It simply takes factory power wire from the headlight, into their switch, then back to the headlight. I used their brake/tail/plate mount. Thats connected to the battery via their harness. Stock tail light was unplugged and unused. Since thats led as well, I cant imagine that the stock tail light was drawing enough power to keep the headlight in check. And that tusk never bothered mentioning it in the instructions or that anyone else had run across that problem. Or am I wrong, and I should connect the factory hot for the stock tail light, to the new tail light? As soon as the bike got any kinda off idle rpms, the headlight blew. High beam blew asap as I turned it on too. Bikes new to me, so first bulb I figured was just old. I know when I was installing the kit, the high and low both worked for a bit at idle when I was testing all the wiring. Ive put 3 hours of trail riding on, I probably never noticed that the headlight wasnt on since it was all mid afternoon bight sun riding. I havent checked the voltage at the headlight yet, Im gonna do it as soon as I get home from work. Didnt have any more time last night to mess with it. Id assume any more than like 14v, the regulators at fault? Im supposed to leave tmrw evening for a week of riding and fishing, I need to get this fixed asap.