The only real specialized tool you need is the Carb Synch tool, you can order one in from any dealer or shop.
I also recommend getting a long set of metric hex wrenches with the round-ball (bondhaus) tip. They make it really easy to reach the little bolts that hold the carb bank to the top of the intake mainfold.
You likely also need a pair of 6 mm vacuum take-off to bolt onto cyl 2 & 3 (depending on the year of your bike.) Again, you can order these in at any shop or on line.
The hardest part of the job is taking off the airbox and various other bits so you can get down to the correct hose connections.
I synched mine at 6,000 miles, it made a noticeable difference.