Unless they've made improvements to their instructions since I put mine on a few years back, installation can be a tad confusing with the possibility of doing harm to the innards of the bike, especially the voltage regulator, if installed incorrectly. Be very careful with the install as the clearances in there are very tight.
Here's a video you might want to watch while you're awaiting the arrival of your kit so you have a little heads-up on what's in the kit and how the bars interface with the bike. I didn't watch the whole thing again and can't vouch for its worth, but it will at least give you an idea what you're going to be dealing with.
Also, for what it's worth, if you're a regular adjuster of the doohickey as you should be, it's very difficult to get a socket/extension past the skid plate to fit on the adjustment bolt head. The HT skid plate has no accomodation for this like some other skid plates do. It can be done, but you really can't get a true "feel" for the torque you're putting on the bolt.
To alleviate this issue, I ground a kind of notch out of the skid plate in that area. The metal is soft and you can use a drill with a grinding wheel if that's all you've got. You might want to consider it. It's easier than taking the whole skid plate off. Hit it with some Flat Black paint when you're done and it will look like it came that way.
The only other tip I have is, when changing oil, stuff some small pieces of paper towel between the skid plate and the bottom of the engine around the hole in the skid plate that's provided for access to the oil drain plug. This will keep the oil from getting on top of the skid plate when the flow of used oil tapers off and runs across the bottom of the engine case.
Good luck with your installation of the kit!