I actually feel comfortable doing this work - I am just the type that researches to death beforehand.
I don't have the bike out of storage yet, so I don't know if I have the subharness. But, since i have the frunk outlet and factory grips it is same to assume it does.
(see edit below)
Can anyone confirm that I would be ok to hook into this harness if I bought the lights and switch in my original post and this harness (connecting ground and power to the harness, replace fuse with 7.5a and replacing with the handlebar switch)
TURBOSII Offroad Led Work Light Bar Wiring Harness Kit 12V 40A Fuse Relay On/Off Switch Fog Light Heavy Duty Wire 2 Lead for Polaris Ford Harley Chevy Jeep Wrangler Jk Tj Truck Tacoma Dodge GMC Toyota ( 2 LEAD UP TO 180W), Accessory Lighting & Kits - Amazon Canada
I think buying a properly wired harness with a fuse and relay is better and cheaper for me than buying the individual components. I don't know if those lights will work out in the end. Yes, they are cheap and have fairly direct spot but from the videos I have seen when they work, they work well and the light looks ok. If they don't work out I can look into better lights to replace them.
Ok, final update/question... I am going to buy these:
Reasoning is... I would need to buy inline fuse and wire anyway, so might as well just go with the harness and add a relay:
Harness (relay, fuse etc)
MicTuning MIC-B1001 Wiring Harness (for LED Light Bar Off Road Power 40A Relay Fuse On-Off Switch (2 Lead 12Feet)): Amazon.ca: Office Products
Lights (cheap u5 cree lights)
Wecade(R) Motorcycle 125W CREE U5 LED Driving Fog Head Spot Light White Lamp Headlight (Black-Pack of 2), LED Light Kits - Amazon Canada
Switch (3 wire)
iztor 12v 10A Motorcycle CNC aluminium alloy rocker Switches 7/8" 22mm Handlebar headlight Switch with indicator light Sport Dirt iztor Electric Bike Interrupteur Moto, Pushbutton Switches - Amazon Canada
Any last minute warnings/advice?