A few weeks ago and unknown to me, my partner Heather bought a 32 LED third brake light for my bike. It arrived yesterday and so I had another project to do. After several try out locations I opted for on top of and to the rear of the top case lid and marked the points. How do I mount this? The supplied double sided tape certainly would not be enough so I searched the supply of collected nuts, bolts and other stuff that somehow gets collected over time. Found two bolts and a couple nylock nuts to suit so that issue solved. The drill size sorted but I hadn't used the drill for a little while.......it worked but could be better, it'll do. Found some extra wire that matched what came with the brake light and then I had to find a suitable wiring route. This will be covered with black cloth tape to protect it until I find a better solution. The point of no return.......Once the first hole in the top case is drilled the job must be completed. Two holes done, sit the brake light on the top case and drilled into the mount from underneath on both sides. Bolts and buts on and tightened. I left the double sided tape on as a washer and to hopefully prevent water seeping into the top case. Does it work? ...... Bit late to ask that once it's mounted, of course it'll work. Back inside to the PC and checked the wiring diagram.....green/yellow is the brake light wire so pulled the connector apart behind the tail lights and shoved the wire in there and earthed the other wire.......yep, it works. My soldering skills aren't the best so I left the wire in the connector and I'll get it done next time I visit one of my friends in Adelaide who does all this stuff with their model railways. I secured the earth wire at one of bolting points under the seat, made it all look neat and tidy and replaced the seat. Yes and still works...lol......One more night time photo to add.