New 919 owner - When to adjust APE CCT?
I'm going to be that new guy and open up with what's likely a pretty stupid question. I bought a 2006 Honda CB919 in February this year, and I've put just shy of 4,000k on it since the riding season started for us Ontarians in April. The bike had 44,000kms / 27,300 miles. I could rant and rave for hours on end about how fantastic a bike it's been in the few months I've had it, but I'll spare everyone by just repeating what I'm sure many of you know (or else why would we all be here?). By far the best handling, most adaptive, enjoyable motorcycle I've ever owned, and I love how ahead of the time Honda was with the Nighthawk-inspired retro styling.
Because of that, I'm doing my best to stay on top of maintenance. I did all the typical new owner preventatives - reconditioned the K&N air filter, changed the spark plugs, ran liquid moly through the old oil / changed it for fresh Motul 7100.
However, the previous owner (it was a 1-owner bike) at some point swapped out what I assume was a failing CCT for an APE unit. I don't know when it was last adjusted, and despite youtube making it obvious that cam chain rattling is a pretty easy tell, I'm not entirely sure at what point I should be making adjustments. Right now I'm beginning to notice a bit of cam rattling while the bike is cold and warming up, however it dissipates (almost) entirely once the bike is warm.
Is that generally considered to be the point at which you adjust, or is it more of an "every 10,000k" recurring service? It's my first time dealing with a manual CCT so I'm not sure how often it should be adjusted. Also - any major points of maintenance I should be concerned with?
Now that the stupid question is out of the way, I look forward to being part of this community for years to come. Truly a spectacular piece of engineering. Pics because why not.