So there you are, cruising down a trail you just found at night and you come to sharp corner! You can't see what's around there until you arrive due to the fixed fairing mounted headlights, which could be interesting if there is say a creek bank, fallen tree or perhaps even a platypus! That leaves a couple options,
A. Test the structural integrity of the front rack/brush guard on any unforeseen obstacles.
B. Let "that guy" who always tags along go first and he can careen into the unknown precipice.
C. Jerry rig a third headlight that mounts to the handlebars and will cast light around the turn before you get there!!!
Speaking from experience, I chose to employ the third option
I started by picking up an el-cheapo 9" LED light bar from Wally World, it came with angle brackets and locking stainless hardware (+1 for the Chinese company that invested $.79 into the whole thing that I dropped $30 on). Next up is how to mount it? I played around with a few different ideas from billet tubing clamps to zip-ties and duct tape and I settled on welding up a bracket to the OEM crossbar over the speedometer.
I had some slotted angle brackets laying around from another project and it turned out to be the perfect size! I milled up a two new slots to fit the included M8x1.25 hardware, then I cut some steel tubing I had to make a couple gusset braces to help the factory cross bar support the weight of the LED housing.
I've always heard a good welder doesn't need a grinder... well I guess that clears one thing up!