I placed an order for 2 DDM tunning hid kits 2 weeks ago. One for my self and one for a friend to save on shipping costs. The kits arrived today through USPS. Upon opening the package i found 2 bulbs, 2 harnesses, and 2 ballasts. So all was good so far. I like this style of kit becuase it uses a bulb that moves in and out to get the Hi/Lo function. So of to the garage i went. I stripped the bike down first. I pulled the tank, air box cover, headlight cover, and left rear side panel. After this was done i picked up the harness to find that it was designed for a car. After some bad words and a little thinking i came up with a solution. first you will need to pop the back of the relay box off Then clip the wires that go to the long side of the harness. be carefull to clip the correct side! Now pull the long side harness from the groment. [/uR Next you will need to clip the small bits of wire left on the circuit bored flush. Finally you can put the board back in the black box and clip the back into place. Okay so now that we have somthing to work with its time to go to the bike! I started at the battery and worked my way forward. I connected the power wire to the battery first and ran it along the frame rail reusing the factory zip ties. Once i made it to the relay box I placed it right beside the ignition coil above the valve cover and zipped it into place. Its a good idea to mount the tank up ro make sure it will clear you box and not rub. I had plenty of clearance. once i was happy with the relay box location I ran the remaining wires forward and conected them. You will connect the factory headlight plug to the harness. If you get it all placed correctly no one will ever know its not factory. Now you will pull the 4 bolts that hold the headlamp lens in. slide the lamp out and remove the stock bulb. Now its time for your fancy new HID bulb! After you have installed the new bulb( sorry no pictures of this step i had my hands full) you will need to connect the small Hi/Lo connector at this point as well. You can connect this while you have the lamp out. The male end comes from the bulb and female from the harness. Now you can re install the headlamp like you removed it. Next you will need to connect the ballast box to the harness and ballast to the bulb. There is also a small black wire coming from the harness that will need to be connected to a ground. I used one of the 10mm bolts that holds the dash on. After you have everything connected zip tie it all into place and your almost done! Finally its time to test your light before you re assembling your bike. If it works then you are good to re install the tank, headlight cover, air box cover, and right left pannel. And finally back your bike out of the garage and check out your work! So my final thoughts on this kit are mixed. I was not impressed with the harness as this was supposed to be motorcycle specific. I am impressed with the light output and Hi/Lo function. It works perfectly as it should. Overall I would recommend this kit. It is a great value for the money in my opinion. I hope this will help someone that is on the fence about going HID. If you have any question ask away!