Mounting the engine turned out to be a bigger job then we had expected.
StreetBeasts provided the "Frame Engine Mount Brackets". If we mount them in the way that the manual said to do it, they would be at the wrong angle. If we mounted them on the opposite side, they would be at the right angle, but it turned out they were too close, by about 1/2 inch.
So we are going too have to modify the brackets or build our own.
We also notice the rails that the radiator mounts on were not parallel. So later in the project we will have to cut off one of the rails and weld on a new one.
So at this point we constructed a wooden frame to sit the engine on.
The rubber engine mounts seat on the top of this wooden frame. By adjusting the wooden frame up and down, forward and rearward we can place the engine in the correct position.