Welcome from eastern Ontario.
You can download the service manual from this site in the tech. section. It provides step by step instructions for most maintenance tasks.
Hope you find this helpful.... Consider some SW-Motech or other brand of crash bars if you ever expect to have your bike tip over or have a minor low side, they'll pay for themselves in prevented damage to the fairings and other fragile parts. They have done so many times on my bike. The extra, minor, weight they add is below the center of gravity of the bike so is not noticeable when riding. Also heated grips (Oxford are relatively cheap and reliable and DIY installation is plug and play) are almost essential in Ontario climate for cooler spring and fall riding. You can pick up some 8mm spools for the rear swing arm on ebay cheap. You'll also need a (~cheap) rear pit stand to lift the bike for lifting the bike by the spools, for cleaning and basic maintenance tasks. It actually works better than a center stand for this than a center stand IMO and is cheaper.
Last edited by twowheels; 06-24-2017 at 08:26 PM.