Hi, Recently (yesterday) after a fairly hard ride (not thrashing the nuts off it but alot of gear changes etc), my GSF250 Bandit started making a noise after slight decelleration after upshifts in gears 2-4. At the time I didnt know what it could be but I'm fairly certain its the chain because thats what it sounds like. I inspected the chain and it was a little yuck and needed oil, so what i was thinking was it has gotten hot and stretched a little? It does seem quite slack. I havent had the bike for that long. Anyway got some oil and put it on it. Helped somewhat but now I'm looking to adjust it. How hard of a job is it? I havent had a close look or anything as yet (work work work) but I was wondering if anyone has any information on adjusting the chain. I came accross a site that tells me it should be 25-35 mm. This is from the swing arm? If yes should the whole chain be between 25-35 mm? The chain seems awefully close to the centre stand but I cant see if it would be hitting there. Also made the noise after letting out the clutch quite hard which suggests the chain again? It sounds almost like your keys when you go after bad bumps but a more solid sound. Any info would be great. Sorry about the long post, im sure i could have done it with less reading.