Even though it's a very simple install I thought I may as well take pictures and make a small write-up of my first mod so here it goes.
The guards came nicely packaged and oddly enough the packaging tells you to go to their website and search for instructions.
The first step is to remove the factory oil cooler guard. There are two 5mm hex screws on the top and one 10mm screw on the bottom with a 10mm nut on the other side of the bottom mount.
After that is off, take out the rubber damper from the bottom of the factory guard and put it on the Evotech guard. Once that's on, simply reinstall it the same way the original was installed.
Next, there are two 5mm hex screws holding each radiator shroud on to the radiator. Remove all 4 screws and move the shrouds out of the way.
Once out of the way, you'll find there is a bundle of 8 adhesive foam strips in the package for the radiator guard. Line up 4 vertically on each side of the radiator (and do a better job than I did if you have OCD). I cleaned each side of the radiator with a degreaser before sticking them on to make sure they adhere well
Once the strips are on, line up the radiator guard with the screw holes for the radiator shrouds that you just moved. Once lined up, re install the screws and you're done! Here's a picture of everything installed:
As a tip, watch out for the ABS cable above the radiator when your installing the new guard.
I bought the set available on Amazon (actually a little more expensive than Evotech's) because I liked it better. However, it didn't have the strips that Evotech includes (which was unknown to me, until now). And that brings me to the main problem of my radiator grille: It has to be reshaped (probably shipping related), and adjusted, as not to touch any of the radiator fins. And now my final suggestion for Evotech grille owners: Verify that the grille doesn't touch the fins anywhere. With those spacers, it shouldn't, but better make sure. Nice write-up .