dont go crazy with the loctite, remember you may also have to disassemble on the road! I keep red, blue and purple on hand. Red will be a pain to disassemble anywhere, so reserve for areas that are permanent. Blue is in between the purple and red. Still some good strength, but easier to remove with hand tools. Still could be a pain depending on the area. Purple i reserve for areas i have questions on. Is that going to hold, will i need to remove it, etc. Experience as an engineer and with designing with loctite has told me when i could use some.
The chain guard is a good one though. Anything that moves and vibrates. I only did my chain guard because i added a tire hugger where it torques down on plastic, and used purple. The plastic will wear and now your preload is gone. Case brackets might benefit from a little.
Unless the service manual calls for it, i would just torque and leave it. Any particular questions on a part, we should be able to answer.
2016 DL1000 ABS