need a side pic to be sure, but i would chose the first photo. In fact, i would want the light to sit about an inch or two lower so it close to centered between the top and bottom triple trees.
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Do you really want your headlight to be the center of attention? That is what the bottom picture does for you. If I was passing by your bike on the road the headlight is all I would notice, and I would be thinking "how odd"! Your headlight, IMHO, should blend into the bike and follow its lines, not jump out and say "look at me". A suggestion might be to mount it on the lower tree with enough bracket to bring it somewhat center.
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I've seen a few mounted up high like that lately. I thought about doing it my self but could figure out how to mount it. Yeah, it looks different, but who wants to be a sheeple? Isn't that what building choppers is all about? Far out ideas and things nobody else has done yet?