I bought a KTM Duke recently and decided to fit a Top Box. The bike was fitted with a tail tidy when I bought it and I've now found that the indicators are in the way of the rack mount. I was thinking of getting a piece laser cut out of each of the mounts but think it might weaken them too much. I then decided to drill a hole in the mount, fit the indicators to that and then either route the wires through the tail tidy or try and feed them through the frame. I can't easily feed them through the frame as it requires removing a plastic cover that protects the wiring/battery/fuse box etc. and that is a major job requiring tank removal, disconnecting all the wiring/battery/seat lock, fender etc. I can easily route the wires through the original tail tidy mount and am confident I can waterproof them again. The problem I have is that the wires run in the open between the indicator and tail tidy as shown in the image. I'm planning on covering the wires with heatshrink but that's the only protection there'll be at the moment. The second image shows the wires inserted in the tail tidy tube that takes the wires into the under seat area of the bike I was thinking of a slight bodge by using plastic or metal tube but found with a practice fit that I can't get the wires safely in position without the tubing damaging them and I hadn't thought of a way to fix them in place anyway (unless I did another bodge and used Gorilla tape. At worst they'll be out in the open with the only 'protection' being heatshrink. Can anyone think of a better way that doesn't require stripping down the bike?