Little impatient aren't you?
I never had mine apart, but my machinist needed to take the hub out to balance the crank. All he told me was it was a PITA to get apart. I'd say take the torx bolts out as well as the three crabk pulley bolts and take it apart. You may need to call ATI to see if there is a specific method they recommend to keep from damaging anything.
When in doubt, always contact the manufacturer first.