It's not just a matter of swapping out a handlebar switch. It involves relays, unless you are willing to route high current through this switch which is a bad idea. The old 1050 has enough issues with poor lights, no need to add another volt-drop path. Like one of the posters above, I wanted to be able to switch off my lights while doing TuneECU stuff and also wanted a balanced headlight (two low, two high). It ended up being a project. I started with adding H4's to make it work but the light pattern was still useless. A Sport headlight, some creative wiring and relays is the only way to go. Not for everyone but if done right it's a game changer. I have a fully switched park/low/high beam setup that I challenge Hinckley to improve. I added a handlebar switch and three relays all hidden in the steering stem bracket, admittedly, but that gave me a button for a garage door opener. Maybe I'm just a talented fool since I had most of the hardware in a drawer and all of the tools. And time. It really soaked up some hours.