Putting a real quality bright strobe in your front corner lights will melt the lenses. The corners are not deep enough for a real professional hide-away strobe to fit. One of those toys from the auto part stores will fit but you get what you pay for.
You can put the real amber hide-away strobes into the headlight assembly. It will work quite nicely. However, once you turn on your headlights, they will be washed out and nearly invisible.
You can put amber hideaway strobes into your reverse lights. It will fit and will work pretty good. I have clear strobes in mine but they used to be blue.
You can put strobes in the tail lights as well. However they are going to flash red rather than amber. You also lose some of the light since it is going through the red lense. The ones in the reverse lights are going through a clear lens so there is much less loss.
This kit is $160 with clear strobes. To make it all amber strobes, it will be $200. This is pretty typical.