Dave Moss has a video of servicing 2006 1000RR forks. I purchased it before doing my fork upgrade, which I recently completed (with the assistance of a professional).
I personally would eschew tools like seal mate and would instead favor disassembling the forks unless I was on a ride and needed a quick fix. Fork seals are a wear item like brake pads and clutches. And you wouldn't believe the gunk that's inside a fork, that's worth cleaning out anyways.
You'll need: 1 bottle of fork oil, seals and bushes, tools and a couple hours' time.
-2006 CBR1000RR- Jardine RT-1 CF, GP Shift rearsets, GP Suspensions 20mm revalve, Penske 8987 triple clicker (more upgrades in progress)
-2013 CBR250R-ABS (Hers and now SOLD)
-2002 CBR600F4i (Track/Street) (was mine and now hers)
ZG Dbl Bbl, Galfer SS Lines, PC3r, Muzzy s/o, K&N air filter, NRC stator cover, ShiftMinder(WTF?), Fireblade brakes, Gold Rearsets, undercut gears, Factory Pro Shift Kit
Ohlins, Racetech, Showa custom Suspension
Because 12,000 RPM makes me feel better