Here are some more pics. It was surprisingly easy to do, just a little bit fiddly. The indicators are a universal type I found at my local bike shop for $15 and the number plate lights I found on ebay for $6 for four of, they are an led type with a bolt and nut in the body and actually hold the number plate on.
All I did was remove the grab bar, cowling and tail light cover, blinkers and old number plate light. And the reflector, where that sits I cut a vertical line through the upper and lower section of the old tail. Sand paper got all the burs off and you are left with a hole that leads under the seat. I then fashioned two right angle brackets that screwed onto the lower section of the tail which the new number plate leds screw onto also holding the plate on.
there are two recesses beside the reflector which I drilled holes into to take the new shorter blinkers. I also cut a piece of memory foam to make a type of bung that plugs the hole leading under the seat to stop any water finding its way in. wire up the new blinkers and number plate lights.
I then had another beer while I reassembled the bike