The fees will usually be made up of some combination of freight, assembly/set-up, and the ubiquitous 'dealer-fee'. It's really hard to say what you will pay in fees because...
Some dealers will have a low price on the bike and then high fees (so their advertised price is low in the print/internet advertisement). Others will have a higher bike price and no or very low fees. So you could end up paying more for a bike with a lower advertised price at the end of the day vs a dealer with a higher advertised price. Its best to get the Out-The-Door price, which includes all fees, taxes, tag/title, etc. It's the whole-ball-of-wax price.
Once you have the OTD price, then you can negotiate from there and/or compare with other dealers.
But to try and answer your original question, dealer fees can be anywhere from 0 to hundreds. Setup range could be the same...
Having bought a handful of new bikes I’d say the only thing that matters is bottom line. The dealer may be able to take thousands off MSRP and collect a lot for freight and setup, or they may charge nothing for freight and setup and ask close to MSRP.
Don’t negotiate minutia, negotiate the final price.
Welcome to the site, always good to see other locals on the site. Congratulations on your new ride! They are fun bikes to ride. I just picked up a new monster a couple of weeks ago to add to the collection.