What you get.
Loosen these. FIRST THING. It will make this all a lot less frustrating.
Just an idea . . .I used a paint pen to mark the factory engine bolts. Just in case I decide to remove the bars for whatever reason.
I started with the long, rear engine mounting bolt. On the left side of the bike you use the spacer with a flat spot in it. On the other side, you use the longer of the two round spacers.
Make sure these lines are routed correctly so they don't get pinched.
Handy trick for loosening/tightening this bolt if you are doing this alone.
After I got each one on, I put the U-bolt on the frame to hold them in place.
Tube cover is towards the rear to keep the mounting tab off the frame
This is the right side engine mount. It uses a supplied bolt, nut, and the factory engine spacer, it's the part that looks like a spool for a swingarm lift service stand.
The left side engine mount uses a supplied bolt, nut, and the shorter of the two round spacers. Both front engine mounts have a "pocket" that holds the nut so you don't have to try to get a wrench on it from both sides.
Make sure everything is tight, and you're done! (Remember to put the bolts back in for the radiator shroud)