It's been a long road to get to this point, but I decided it was time for a change. I always had my eye on the ZX-10R, ever since I bought my S1000RR. I've had the BMW for about 2 years, and decided it was time for a switch. I just bought a new 13 ZX-10R today. I will be converting this bike into a race bike really soon. I'll have all my parts on order Tuesday because I have track day in 2 weeks and a race in 3. I'll list my planned mods below. Fell free to chime in on anything I may be forgetting.
-Akrapovic Slip-on and link pipe
-PCV w Autotune
-Dynojet quick shifter
-ECU reflash (haven't decided which one)
-K&N Race Filter
-Ohlins Steering Damper
-Galfer steel braided brake lines
-R&G protection kit
-520 conversion kit w DID ERV3 chain
-Vesrah Pads (either XX or 17, haven't decided yet)
-Brembo RCS19 master
-Zero Gravity Corsa Windscreen (although I would like to know which screens they use in WSBK, they look like they provide more wind protection from being wider)
Welcome and congrats on the new 10R! I'm sure you will be Very happy with it.
As Peter said, Archer is the man for the reflash. Ton of options and Very affordable, especially compared to some others. Customer service and turn around are top notch. Check his threads out. He's constantly researching/testing and trying new stuff with the 10R. I haven't heard of the other guy mentioned, myself.
The steering damper should be electronic on yours correct? I have heard they were pretty well sorted by that year model. I have the '11 standard damper and had to send it out to be re-valved. Not bad as it costs $75 to upgrade and it performs on par with $400+ aftermarket options.
The windscreen I think is a preference thing. I don't think all WSBK have the same ones. Could be wrong though. A lot of people get the double bubble, but I can't stand the looks of it on this bike, and it seems to me that it would inevitably cause more drag. The Corsca I've owned and used for a while. It's ok. Not quite as vertical as the DB but it's taller than the standard (good for larger/taller riders that have a harder time fully tucking in. I prefer the standard personally. Think it looks the best and seems that it would have the least amount of drag, though that is just me speculating. There is also the new Marc 1. Basically the standard with a cut out up top, though sets more vertical than swept back via 1/4" spacers used between the screen and the body. Had that one too, though I just sold it.
Anyway, it looks like you have a good start on your upgrade list. Should be sweet when she's all set up!