Alright, time for an update (see first page for a dyno plot)...
Although Wayne likely won't see this post, I'd like to thank Wayne for his time, sharing his knowledge, and his general southern hospitality. I rode in with 3 other guys on our way to the MotoGP in Austin, and he fed us pizza, soda, and coffee without taking anything from us. He's a cool dude with many years of experience on various bikes - really knows his stuff, which is easy to see as you peruse his shop.
At any rate, we spent about 4 hours on the dyno tweaking the base map (Indy's map as found in his post). Given the header and throttle body porting, the bike was lean in most areas, with a couple rich exceptions. Nothing to be overly concerned with, though. The biggest concern was poor idle and a hole off idle. However, Wayne managed to find 5-7% throughout the rev range and throttle response is MUCH snappier. The bike now runs VERY smooth and pulls from down low. The best way to describe the change would be to say the powerband shifted 1K RPM lower...5k feels like 6k, and so on. This bike will stand up on its hind legs and really boogies.
For those looking at numbers - don't. Wayne's eddy current dyno is completely different from a Dyno Jet, and numbers can't be compared. According to Wayne, a S3 with slip-ons will put out around 101 rwhp on his dyno. So, with the Leo Vince baffle in place, ~100 hp is nothing to sneeze at. Put another way, the stock 114 CRANK horsepower has been replaced with about 130'ish smooth pulling ponies. The initial goal was the create a more comfortable/practical Speed Triple, and to that end, mission accomplished!
I'm getting a few backfires on heavy engine braking, and made some pretty dark smoke during an impromptu, err sanctioned, drag race. So, Wayne's made a few changes to lean out decel (among other things). I'm going to load the new tune tonight and will give it a few more days before giving my final verdict. Once it passes my butt dyno test, I'll post it for others to try out.