Yes the fan shroud will hit on the bump out. You might be able to cut out part of the bump out to make it work though. I didn't think the extra inch or two was worth messing with so I went with the flat firewall.
I have have been running my 503 for 24 years now. Dual carb, dual ignition. I switched to mixed gas. The oil injection was a pain in the ass. Burning 5 gallons a hour at 5950 rpm. Cruises 69 mph. As light as you are it should do pretty good if your airplane is light. My Bandit started at 456lbs, but now is around 485 or so. I am using a 3 blade ground adjustable 66" ivo prop. I am thinking the 582 is the same mount as the 503. Does anybody else know for sure?
After 24 years my Bandit needed a whole lot of TLC. After 6 days of work everything is good. You would never guess it was that old. The weather has been perfect this week. Put 4 hrs on it since Sunday.
I touched up the belly fabric. Sprayed the tapes with 3 coats of poly spray with wet sanding between, then a couple coats of poly tone. The 20 some year old paint worked good. A A&P told me to sand and prime the tubes with this automotive aerosol etching primer paint. The poly tone worked good with it.
Fred your airplane is something we can relate to because it is in our price range and it is what most of us on this forum fly. Your videos are enjoyable to watch because it is the type of flying most of us do. Also you do not ramble on and do not ask everybody to subscribe to your channel. Keep the realistic videos coming Fred!