My NC is a standard but my weight was 220lb without gear, I've got side cases and usually carry about 20lb of stuff in the trunk and I've changed the tooth count on my rear sprocket twice and front sprocket once trying to gain more top speed (actually just reduce RPM's while going 75mph-80mph and the best fit I've found was a stock rear sprocket while going up 1 tooth on the front sprocket.
I've heard of someone going down 1 tooth on the front sprocket for more acceleration (they rode dirt a lot) but I thought that was a tight bend for the chain, going up 2 teeth on the rear sprocket is almost identical ratio change
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I'm just sharing what my experience of what the NC can do with the power available, I'm not sure what the DCT is capable of adjusting for