After a week and a few hours of riding the bike seemed to be running great. If I blipped the throttle a few times in a row I would get a little pop in the can, but didn't seem like any big deal. Power and responsiveness seemed to be as good or better than stock, but it could have been my imagination, just because of the sound.
All that being said, I just had to know.....sooooo this is how I spent my afternoon.
I got the name of the shop (Powerhouse Cycle in Owings, MD) from the dynojet website as an authorized PCIII tuning center. The guys at the shop loved the bike and were so excited not to have to remove fairings to get to stuff. They called it the "torque monster".
...and the best news of all is I don't need a PCIII...the owner said it seemed like the bike had already been tuned and was running great and one of the other guys said that had to be a first.
He wasn't able to give me a printout or anything, but I didn't complain as he only charged me $50 to test it for me.
Due to liability I couldn't be right there during most of the test, but at the end he called me over and I stood up on the platform and he ran the bike from idle to WOT and gave me his evaluation.
He said at idle the A/F ratio was perfect and at cruising speed of 70MPH the AFR was about 13.5 which is really good, when he went WOT it dropped to about 12.7, which he said was Rich but it snapped right back to around 13.5, and running rich is better for the motor than running lean.
I didn't do the mod for performance reasons, but I asked him what the peak HP was during his runs and my jaw dropped when he said 135.
It was a cold 40 mile ride each way, but time & money well spent for peace of mind at least. I would highly recommend the shop for anyone else in the MD/ DC area.