Nice. BEST. MOD. EVER!! I highly recommend people to read the manual at least twice before they start, and I mean really read and comprehend, not just skim. I didn't as closely as I should and it bit me a couple times while the car was on the lift. (Thanks Mike for the taking the Sunday phone calls BTW).
Also, do some more research on clutches. Local guy here is so fed up with clutch crap, he went a completely different way, then just threw in the towel. there appears to be something different with the "Valeo" pressure plates. They are now made "elsewhere," China we believe. What is happening is the engage/disengage point is moved up very high. I have a thread about this here on the issues I had. I have a nice, high dollar setup from American Powertrain, but their PP seems to be the same basic unit as all the other pull style. When local guy was fighting with his, he went and boutgh a brand new stock replacement clutch, and it had the exact same problem as mine - high engage/disengage point. it doesn't sound like that big of a deal, but it does make it harder to drive. He went with a very cool push style setup, and if I had known about, I would have done. There are a few differences in parts you need to make it work, so it does drive the costs up some, but he said it was hands down worth it. Also, I see in your sig you have 3.73's. Seriously consider 4.10's. The math/engineering behind it says it is the "right" gear.
Also, look through BALLSS thread on the Street Twin, especially if you are doing the F2B kit.
I put off doing this mod for over 2 years, probably longer because I was worried about how hard it would be. I am now kicking myself for not having those years with the car a 6 speed. There is nothing hard about this swap. It is work and a few spots are tough, but nothing is hard, especially with the manual guiding you.
Good luck. You will love this.