I couldn't tell you what AFR I'm using. I reckon the OEM Dynojet AFR.
I don't have my map handy. My map won't be compatible with yours, as I may have more (or less) bolt ons and such over you.
There is a large change, just let the autotune do its job. Ride it 5 miles in all conditions (full throttle, partial throttle, idling, etc). Pull over and let it rest and reset. Then repeat several times.
My Autotune said it was 39% lean (it added that much) to 4500-5500 rpm.
I do have the trims and map screenshot. But kind of inaccurate. As I have "applied" the map twice already. See attached files.
Let me clarify what I said earlier in this thread. You can expect around 2hp/2tq OVERALL, but you can also expect big gains in the midrange. About 8 tq. Look at UK race support's dyno sheet (on a 2008).
Obviously the best solution is to just get a custom tune.