I would loosen up the skid plate mounting hardware and shift it over as far as possible and re-tighten. If there's still contact a little grinding might be needed. Bending the edge of the plate might be possible if you have a hefty vise mounted to a stationary table.
So got JNS skid plate, chain guard and master cylinder guard today and all are now installed. Installing all three items was a 10 minute affair. Overall very pleased. One minor issue...the clutch side of the skid plate is just touching my ProCycle side case guard...since the side case cover is, based on my measurements, perfectly centered on the case, would I be best served by...
1. Dremeling just a bit of the inside of the skid plate to get some clearance?
2. Is there any adjustability in the skid plate mounting (guessing not but thought I'd ask)?
3. Putting the skid plate in a vise and persuading it outward just a tiny amount around the portion that hits the side case cover?