Man, I should start selling these things! /images/icons/smile.gif
Vapor, if you're good at soldering then go to this site http://www.theledlight.com
and order some LED's. You'll need the 5mm, 2200mcd, 30 degree yellow ones and the reflectors. I found that using the reflectors helps to disperse light over a wider angle, it also gives it a nice touch when every thing is off. I used 4 LED's per side and wired them in series with a 82ohm resistor. I used a piece of ABS plastic to mount them and some special plastic bonding glue (I can't remember the name off hand) that I got at a Plexiglass shop. It does nice job on holding the LED's and also mounting the ABS panel to the headlight housing.
Ok, now taking the headlight housing apart. You'll need a heat gun, a panel popper (a couple of srew drivers will work too), and a cup of ice cold water. The water is for when you burn your fingers of course! /images/icons/wink.gif Make sure you have the entire headlight housing off the bike when you do this, it's a lot easier. Start by heating the seams of the housing, where the lens and the back plate meet. Work on one section at a time and slowly. Becareful not to melt everything, you just want to get the dum gum (glue) that Yamaha uses warm. It's very, very sticky and when it's cold it's impossible to get apart. Heat a section up and pry the two pieces apart slowly. Keep doing this until you have the lens off. Now repeat with the other side. Trust me, I make it sound a lot harder than it really is.
Once you have the lens off take the headlight reflectors off, it's much easier to work with once their off. You also don't want to damage them.
Now take the panel with the LED's in them and mount them in the corners of each side. The ones I made fill the entire corner so they look stock. I'm a little anal about stuff like that. Once in place run the wires down to the bottom of the housing and drill a small hole for the wires. Run the wire through and make sure to use some silicone to seal the hole around the wire. This will help keep any condensation out.
Now the wiring. I hook mine up so they stay on all the time until I use the turn signal. Then they alternate with the existing flush mounts I have. I took the positive of the LED's and hooked it up with the stock running light wire. I connected the negative wire from the LED's to the positive of the stock flushies turn signal wire. That wire is grounded when not in use and converts to positive when the flushies flash. That's what make the flushies and the LED's alternate between the two.
I know that wiring thing sounds really confusing, but just let me know and I can help out as much as I can.
Or you can send me your headlight housing and I'll do them for you. /images/icons/smile.gif I accept money orders, paypal, or large amount of cash! haha,
Just let me know.