Sure...sounds like a job I can easily **** up!!
lol I'm just making it sound worse than it is.
Step 1) Locate someone who is able to work with fiberglass or CF.
Step 2) Find Red and Amber LEDs with prewired capacitors. Buy them.
3) Measure the gap between your cowl and heat shield. Write these measurements down.
4) Take measurements to whoever can work with CF. Have them build a "Dish" shaped like this - [ (Side view. I can draw a better picture, just give me a few minutes)
Step 5) When LEDs arrive, measure the space you have to work with in the dish. Evenly space the red LEDs across the dish... If you have enough room, double-stack them so they will be brighter.
Step 6) Drill the holes you measured. The LEDs usually have a semi-flexible housing which will push into these holes and stay firmly in place.
Step 7) Locate some heat-resistant wire tubing. Run the wires for the LEDs through it and into the bike wherever your stock wiring goes. Wire them to the plug you bought off eBay. Plug it in. Remember... at least half the LEDs should be dedicated to brakes. Given the fact that it looks like stock lighting uses bulbs, this wiring should not be tough at all.
Step 8) Repeat step 5-7 with Amber LEDs for turn signals.
Step 9) Secure lights to the bike. Test.
Then it's on to the license plate bracket.
I'll try to draw something to show you a bit better what I am talking about.