Nicely done! This would be a nice solution for someone looking to set up a light on track bike and do those eventual maintenance and testing rides.Well it's been quite a while since I've done any modifications to my bike, so after a somewhat daunting trip on an unlit rd at night with a failed headlight, I decided an auxiliary light was the go.. But one that I could turn off and on when needed..
To mount this light, take the panel off under the nose and use a hose clap and a couple of cable ties to secure the light onto the sub frame. Wiring was pretty simple too. Just follow existing wiring to sort out where to run them. I have a terminal block under my pillion seat which is tapped into the rear light - so no direct to battery or will it be drawing power when my bike is off.
This is an 18w 6 led bar floodlight and switch (each sold separately) from eBay .. Since its been raining for 2 days here in Sydney (Aus) I wont make a test video til tomorrow morn on the way to work.
http://r.eBay.com/AjKdfE for the light switch
http://r.eBay.com/Q67mfZ for the flood light
There might be an issue with the light touching the front wheel fender when the forks are bottoming up.