I always try to get them to line up, but the front pulley is wide enough with a setup like yours that the entire width of the belt is still all on the pulley. You do want the outside edges of the pulleys to be parallel to each other. Jack up the bike with the transmission in neutral, spin the wheel frontwards and backwards to make sure the belt does not ride to far inside and rub the fuel tank. Also I’ve found it best to adjust the rear wheel alignment to keep the belt from riding up against either side of the rear pulley, try to get the belt riding with equal space on each side in the rear pulley.
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