I have just fitted mine as well, unfortunately I have pulled a R shoulder muscle so I have only had a short ride on which the pain from the shoulder masked just about everything else............bollox.
Fitting was straight forward and everything lined up and fitted nicely, the only thing I might try and alter is the lever angle, I may try andget them a little further pointing down, the RH will involve loosening the brake line off the master cylinder, and the LH is going to involve a dremel as the clutch micro switch hits the helibars, but to be fair I do like my levers pointing down more than most people.
The switchgear on the RH side is a bit fiddly to get off and you really need a screwdriver type T8 torx, I found the T8 from my 1/4 drive snap on stuff was'nt long enough, cover the clocks with a good rag before fitting the bars as the top triple ends up close to them.
A really nice well engineered product, all std cables are retained
Previously.........09R1, 08R1, MV1000R, MV1000S, KTM SDR (POS), MV 750S, Ducati S4, S4R, 748R, 98R1, and about 40 others........