You will need to cut the engine spacer in two like I did to sandwiche the bracket.
You will need to extend the 4 wires that plug onto the starter solenoid but make sure you use heavier duty wires as the current loss will cause your bike to be harder to start as the ignition doesn't get full voltage when cranking.
:hail Ace fabricating there, Sam :thumbup :thumbup
Anyone else notice that spacer for the engine mount spinning with the frame pinch bolt tightened (bolt into the head loose),kind of defeats the clamp. :confused .... Sometimes its like working old Italian bikes,when Giovanni in the machine shop was having a bad day :laugh
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