ok in case anyone is following this, DandyDan maybe lol. The headlight indeed couldn't handle 12-15v lol. BUT Instead of wasting my time fiberglassing I threw some pictures together of a very simple headlight mod.
Basically take your whole headlight and pop it in the over for about 20 minutes at 180 degrees Fahrenheit. This will soften the glue enough to pop the glass of of the front. Don't burn yourself by the way, 180 is enough for it to hurt
Now after you pry the glass off, take and cut around the rear bulb wear it was soldered to the headlight. Use a rotary tool or a hacksaw, whatever you have available. A torch was enough to melt the solder they used, but was it was just too hard to get the solder to flow away from where it was, so i ended up just using a rotary air tool and a diamond cutoff wheel. Slice that puppy off the back and you will have a nice lip with which to rest the new bulb on. Glue the new bulb in with JB-Weld and forever hold your peace. It has the same connectors as our original bulb, but the high/low is reversed. You can take a flat head screwdriver and swap the green and yellow wires on your scooter side plug so you correct that. If bulb ever fails just slice it back off and glue a new one in. Less than ideal, but this sucker is ungodly brighter than the original.
I took lots of pictures of the bulb because you need to pay close attention the the direction you glue it in. The is a metal shield in it that would normally cause the light to direct AWAY from the center of your vehicle. As you can see when you drive at night your left light in your car points straight out and to the left and your right light points straight out and to the right. They don't cross in the middle because of this shield. So play around with it and see how you like the light pattern the most since we only have one bulb. I think i had the light pointing down? so that it doesn't shine in others eyes, and when the brights get turned on it shoots higher which is perfect. You will have to use your deductive reasoning skills here and just judge by the pattern it casts as once it is in I didn't take pictures of it like I should have lol. When you have it aimed how you like and it casts the pattern correctly slap the glass back on with some RTV silicone, or any other type of rubbery heat resistant glue you laying around. You don't want anything you won't be able to remove again, but you don't want anything that will break down with heat or that isn't water resistant.
Make sure you mix your JB weld darker than I did. I knew i put too much hardener but I figured it would be fine and it came loose, but mixed it darker the second time and I can't pry it out now with a pair of pliers.
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