Glad to hear it all worked out.
Sounds like you are planning on having that nice 919 mill on the boil more than just on the odd occasion.
If so, a few more suggestions.
Use Regular fuel not Premium (per Lord Duck Hunter's dyno research of a few years back on low and high static compression engines, keeping in mind that with modern era "fast combustion chamber" designs, a high 10 static ratio is actually a relatively low C R compared to days of old)
If you are prepared to either store your bike in a warm place, or do a pre-winter coolant change, try a 4 litre coolant recipe of 250 ml of Ethylene Glycol, 120 ml of RedLine Water Wetter, remainder Distilled Water. This will give you a freeze point of about 9 F but more importantly, increase the heat transfer rate and specific heat of the coolant, which means more heat rejection by a lower coolant temperature. It's all about cylinder head temp around the combustion chamber. Another way of looking at it, is that it effectively makes the cooling system "bigger". It's worth it for track days, but not for just running around town.
The Redline website has some good info on this, but nothing on glycol/water ratios. I had to find that else where. If I lived in California and it never froze, I'd be running a 10 % Glycol cut instead of 25 % in my coolant mix.
Not really a power thing, but worth doing. I put DEI header wrap on the primary tubes from the exhaust port flange to just past the bottom of the rad. Also on the Y Pipe around the rear shock. Also put DEI heat reflective tape on the inside of the triangular heat shields. The radiant heat at low speed is now much lower, it's cooler for my wife when she's on the back, and my spiffy Penske shock doesn't get as warm anymore.
Hey - still waiting to hear what a "Cager" is !