Looks cool. It also seems to be ultra bright & super white - 4000 Lumens @ 6500 K. It's rated at 40W so that seems well within the ballpark of halogen headlamps and the existing cable should be able to support it.
While I'm not planning to swap mine on my Icon yet, I'm using a similar Cree LED based solution, albeit a lower powered one(10W low beam, 20W high beam), on my Royal Enfield Classic 500 with great results. I replaced all traditional bulbs on the bike with LED versions. This kit costed me $18 shipped from Aliexpress.
I had two main reasons for upgrading to LED in the RE bike:
a) Reduce the load on the battery and increase the juice available as cranking current during cold starts. I achieved 70% savings in power consumption over Halogen & traditional bulbs.
b) Improve road visibility in poorly lit patches of terrain during night riding.
Mine was rated at 2000 Lumens as I didn't want to blind incoming traffic so I purposely did not go for a brighter solution or a HID/projector Xenon kit.
The only issue I had during swap was accommodating the bigass cooling fan assembly - I had to chop off the cover, thus loosing the waterproofing of the cooling unit. So far so good, but I have not really done any significant riding during rains.