Welcome to the green side!
Does the laser pipe have a bung to retain the stock o2 sensor?
I don`t have any experience tuning the gen 4 but I have on other gen`s.
I know other people here have gen 4 tuning experience, so maybe they will chime in with more accurate advice regarding your config.
But I suggest to:
1. Wait. Depending on how you ride you will probably not do any damage, but it will certainly not run optimal. Looking at a few dynojet maps for a similar config as yours, you will be maybe 10-15% too lean in some medium-high load areas. This will probably put you above 14:1 afr and beyond what is "fine tuning". Now, the dynojet maps are more than likely not correct, but they do give a pointer when a couple of them more or less correlate.
2. As this is a 2011, skip the powercommander and get it tuned at a shop which has a dyno and the possibility of editing maps directly in the ECU. You can tune more things than just fuel. But don`t expect the massive gains the US bikes get from a flash, yours is not restricted. In Norway you can get this done for a little more than the price of only the PCV hardware. Do some research of shops in the Netherlands.
If you like to tinker yourself and have some engine understanding, you can get a Woolich log box kit with a wideband o2 sensor and tune/flash yourself.