They are on, They are super bright. It's like turning Daylight on.
For Reference these are the Napa housing with PAR 36 55w aircraft landing bulbs that I had on the bike before. Total cost on these was @45 bucks. Total cost HID conversion with Micro DE's was $140:
With the bike back together I put the lights on the light bar that I
had to modify because there is no way to have lights fit on the bar. I
just added extensions last September. It's the Twisted Throttle Bar.
So then I go and take it out for a ride and see about aiming the
lights. I got them pretty good then found a nice wall to point at and
I set them to not go any higher then the low beams. I figured I'd try
that out. I then pointed them a bit to the side to cover the side of
the road. I stopped on a dark road to take pictures (I forgot to get
a picture of the road itself though).
Here is the bike with just the headlights on (remember I can shut one
of the headlights off with a switch to save power)
Then here is the bike with both headlights on and the HID's
Here it is getting in the light stream
There here are the HID's with one of the headlights out.
Now, I've been very happy with the lights on the Wee. Best lights I've
ever had on a bike. I turned these on and it became daylight. I
couldn't believe it. These suckers are VERY worth it.