I hate the stock light, so this is what I did.
I used a DRZ 125 number plate and a regular driving light
home made braces, this is the factory mounting hole in number plate. The stock one was too high....buts its all personal prefrence
light mount, the headlight is kinda low, makes a shadow from the fender. be sure you insulate the head light, I used a groment. I learned the hardway, blown fuse by the battery.
Inside of number plate...the bottom holes had to be expaned to sandwich the number plate between the fender and tripple tree...makes for a nice fit
top of fender and bottom of number plate, the sandwich:laughingr
Always measure twice, cut once....I had it backwards...now I have to spend another 28 bones.
Alot better. Now what I would do different, move light up higher. It takes some fabrication to do this, but there is no correct way to do it. What I like about it, the headlight turns off when on bright, great for night wheelies and police evading. Hope this helps.