Sorry for the late reply, I lots my password.
I did this because I enjoy this stuff, not because I need the power. Im only a very average rider. First your engine needs to be out, I built a wooden jig to house the engine and I can get it out in about 15 mins, also this fits my bench as my engine stand, well worth the effort to make it.
Buy the cams from Kawasaki, they are dirt cheap and indistinguishable from standard cams, so you would have no idea of what your buying second hand, then I marked them so I will never get them mixed up.
I have the race ECU, a home made engine breather kit, link pipe and exhaust and of course a filter also blocked exhaust breathers.
I will have to chase up my notes later for specs but this is an over view.
Standard sprockets are perfect.
.50mm race gasket [ .47mm is perfect after measuring squish if you have the money to get a gasket made ]
I decked the head, now I will confirm but I think a little more than the book says
new cam chain
manual cam tensioner
The intake is set as advanced as I could get it taking into account the PTV specs
The Exhaust I will have to check
I did not use the factory specs as this bike has no low down power and their specs would only confirm this, I did not want this
All valve clearances set to maximum
PTV checked on both cams again.
Rev limiter set 500 above standard in 5th and 6th
The bike runs perfect, has done for well over a year.
Im not fast but at phillip island and take into account im not quick in turn 12, by the melbourne sign I can pass at will any bike in my class.
I dont have any issues with anyone overtaking me on a straight or in acceleration on any track i ride.
Saying that, the new R1 is probably better suited to someone like me, usable power and thus quicker overall.
My mate has an 1199, another an rc8, a few have the older zx10rs, in comparison to them, its much quicker, not a little a lot.