Call from the sidelines.
I think your key here is "composite beam" this is a filliment light and not a strobe. The installation inside the headlight would be too bright for stock lighting.Plus the fact that the lights would not be in their factory "dim" setting would easily allow a citation under failure to dim on the roadway and shoulder. The beam angle and alignment would be in violation as well. These lights are dangerous to oncoming traffic.
Lights; distribution of beam; direction; illumination of objects; reduction of glare
Sec. 5. (a) Whenever a motor vehicle is being operated on a roadway or shoulder adjacent to a roadway during the times specified in section 2 of this chapter, the person who drives the motor vehicle shall use a distribution of light or composite beam directed high enough and of sufficient intensity to reveal persons and vehicles at a safe distance in advance of the vehicle.
(b) Whenever a person who drives a vehicle described in subsection (a) approaches an oncoming vehicle within five hundred (500) feet, the person shall use a distribution of light or composite beam aimed so that the glaring rays are not projected into the eyes of the oncoming driver. The lowermost distribution of light or composite beam specified in IC 9-19-6-20 is considered to avoid glare at all times, regardless of road contour and loading.
(c) Except when overtaking and passing another vehicle, whenever the person who drives a vehicle described in subsection (a) follows another vehicle within two hundred (200) feet to the rear of
the other vehicle, the person shall use a distribution of light permissible under this title other than the uppermost distribution of light specified in IC 9-19-6-20.