So you'll have a 7" Morimoto headlight that has a high beam that's too high, that you'll fix by mounting it up higher and aiming it lower (that could work great).
I found a video of someone who installed a 7" LED in their stock bucket using longer bolts, spacers, and weatherstripping (I actually think it was someone on this board). I plan to give that method of installation a shot. I have nylon spacers instead of aluminum and I'll be cutting them to the required size.
What do you mean by "mounting it up higher"? The headlight will be in the same place as the stock one. I may not necessarily be aiming it "lower", but it will be aimed correctly so it does not blind oncoming traffic.
Then you have a 7" LED light bar with spot/flood combo. So what 7" LED bar do you have?
I bought the Mictuning 7" spot-flood combo LED bar from Amazon. I believe it was something like $14... a little on the cheap side, but when all the hardware combined cost me $30, I can't really complain.
As far as the impact on the battery, I was left stuck from what I believe is my iPhone charger.
I bought a new battery and then added a QC3 phone charger/mount. It has a switch but connects straight to the battery. I was left stuck because the battery didn't have enough to crank the engine.
I thought LED light used less power than regular bulbs. Isn't stock light around 65 watts?
I have a USB charging port that connects to my trickle charger connector. I tend to leave it unplugged most of the time unless I know I'll be on the bike for a while and my phone needs a boost.
LEDs do use less power than halogen. However, 70W from an LED system will result in stupid amounts of light, whereas 70W from a halogen system is an okay high beam.
The LED bar's relay will be triggered by the high beam, so it shouldn't
use any power as long as the high beam is not being used. If I keep getting a dead battery, the LED bar will end up going.
Also, it turns out I need a new bracket for the LED bar. The clamps I bought for the forks are too short. I either need new clamps that extend out several inches from the forks or some kind of offset bracket I can attach to the clamps that extends out far enough for the bar to bolt to.