Is very hard to “have more light” and to stay out of the eyes of other drivers. That is exactly why the Federal/DOT/NHTSA Standards are what they are. Any fool can make lights brighter, it is hard to keep out of others’ eyes.
A halogen bulb filament is rather large. A large source is hard to impossible to finely focus and control. HID is a finer light source, easier to focus but not compatible with halogen reflectors or lenses. Just as LED is not.
Yamaha (and others) use LED projector assemblies in the 2016+. Each is its own small flashlight. None of the retrofit guys offer DOT certified LED retrofits. Combination of too expensive to bother, and how certification us required for each and every headlight assembly P/N, and how none are expected to pass.
If light comes out the top of your LED retrofit bulb and your vehicle lens is not optical then you stand a chance of not harming other drivers. If the light comes out the side then it is relying on your incompatible reflector.
If one retrofit was designed well enough they knew it would pass then they would. Think it’s more a matter of some Chinese outfit makes an LED retrofit bulb that fits halogen socket then an American Fly By Night importer says, “Good enough! Let’s sell these until government gets wise!”
If you absolutely must have more light when there are no other vehicles ahead then mount auxiliary driving lights that you can turn off so as not to blind other drivers.
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