Sure can, that is exactly why I purchased the manual. Haha, I was having a problem with paying the money to a service shop that may or may not do it correct. No one else could really explain how to do it.
I think everyone who owns a motorcycle or car should buy a service manual for it. In this case, we pay $5000+ for the bike, whats another $70? The money saved in the long run by not having to take it to mechanic at $70/hr is well worth it after one self-repair. ie) change spark plug, tighten chain, add coolant, etc. Pays for itself quick.
Also, don't attempt to post scanned copies of the manual on this forum. The moderators will yank it since it is illegal to do so.