Sorry the original Kludge was not bad and I wouldn't call this one good. The original kept the bulb in the designed location. That means its filaments were in about the right place for the reflector and lens to do their job properly and give the correct light distribution and intensity. The new location is not correct for the light's housing to work as designed with it moved from the focal point and the filaments oriented improperly.
The original Kludge didn't make any new holes in said housing, thus allowing it to be returned to stock if desired. This required drilling a hole.