A service manual and someone that knows what they are doing would be very beneficial. If you feel unsure of what you are doing, take the bike to someone that does..Incorrectly installing a chain spells diaster to your bike and/or yourself.
As far as what gearing you go with, the most common is -1/+2, -1, +1, and stock.
Originally Posted by JohnPaul
buncha fat fawks in here...you dont need a liter bike, you need jenny craig
Driven -1/+1<>EK MVZX 520
M4 Shorty<>PC3 USB<>BMC
ASV<>R1 calipers<>EBC HH Pads<>Spieglers F&R
Morimoto Projector<>Morimoto H1 HID
SpeedoDRD<>Shogun sliders and spools
Dyna Beads<>Pilot Powers<>Stomp Grip
PAIR Mod<>SET Removed
Flushmounts<>Bar End Mirrors<>PC'd rearsets
Gixxerfool Tech Custom Gauge Lighting
2x2 Crown Moto CF