If I may make a comment, even if you didn’t ask for one:
You mentioned seeing better at night. However, to be seen better, it’s common opinion that if the auxiliary driving lights are separated from the headlight and themselves by more distance, the larger frontal display of lights makes the vehicle appear larger to other traffic. Therefore, it may be better to mount aux lights on crash bars or on the lower fork tubes. Or not, depending on what you like.
Also, if the turn signals are too close to the driving lights, the signals may be washed out by the brighter lights, and become inconspicuous. To alleviate that, you could wire the driving light to the existing running light wire so it shuts off when the turn signal is active.