For the 1000 and 750 headlights, you can choose between 4 different shroud designs. The shroud is the plastic trim that surrounds the projector. Pictures of each design are shown when selected. A rear mounted halo highlights each design but is not required.
The addition of a rear mount halo highlights the design of the shroud. The halo sits behind the shroud, shining through the slits in the shroud itself. The image above shows an example of this. Rear mounted halos are 110mm in diameter.
A top mount halo sits directly on top of shroud and surrounds the projector lens. Top mount halos are 80mm in diameter. Shown above is a top mount halo (with a rear mount halo behind it as well).
On the 1000 and 1000F models, fang lights can be customized. The fang lights are pictured above.
A demon eye is simply an LED module that backlights the projector lens. During normal headlight operation, this LED cannot be easily seen as the main headlight washes out the demon eye. To see the demon eye, the headlight needs to be off, thus requiring separate wiring with an auxiliary switch. Shown above in blue.
Any pattern can be etched into the back of the glass projector lens. The Suzuki logo is the most popular but any pattern or image can be used. The etching does not significantly impact main beam output. Seen above as the Suzuki logo.