Re: 929 Questions
Congrats on the new to you bike dobbsy.
I've had my 929 for a few years and it's a fun bike to own. As for upgrades, there's a lot of mixed emotions and theories about changing to a k&n filter, there's some dyno sheets out there showing more power coming from the stock honda filter than a K&N.
Definitely a power commander, it'll help smooth out the bog on the bottom end. A full exhaust is a good idea, the aftermarket ones have straightened out the header quite a bit. The factory has quite a few bends to it.
Another mod, especially if your going to a track, is the GP style shift pattern. The cheapest and easiest way is to get a shifter from a VFR. It's a straight bolt on, and you get rid of all the linkage from the CBR.
I also put a quick turn throttle on mine. Of course I went the cheap route and bought a throttle tube for a '06 r6. Slides straight on, no messy modifying necessary and dramatically reduces how far you twist from idle to wide open.
Along with my power commander, I put on a dynojet quickshifter. Makes for easy effortless shifting and shifting at wide open throttle, makes you smile every time.
Lastly, I put on a set of throttle bodies from a cbr954. Their 2mm bigger and the injectors have 12 hole squirters instead of 4 hole from the 929. I haven't seen any huge improvement by making this latest change, but I drag race my bike and the weather hasn't been the best to get some good runs in, nor have I had any dyno tuning to get a proper map for the bike.