Not too Fast with the TPS Adjustment
I just finished a weekend of tearing down the V. Wanted to change plugs, clean the BMC filter, and synch the throttle bodies, and added a Leo Vince underbody slip on. While I was in there I did a few other mods I read about on here-- Throttle body bridge, PAIR valve block, and TPS adjustment.
I'm happy I did everything except the TPS. Not sure how everyone else is experiencing "more power" but that was not the case in my experience. As I expected, rotating the sensor counterclockwise from its stock setting caused a sense of the throttle being slightly open, even when my throttle was "closed." Sure this can help fix symptoms of a retarded TPS: jerkiness at roll off/on, the on-off-switch like transition from roll off to roll on, but for my bike, it made my revs hang and gave an unnatural, disconnected feeling to the bike, and definitely no more power.
My guess is that my TPS was properly set from the factory. Luckily I was able to get it back to it's silky smoothness by tinkering with it until it felt stock. Really, I disliked the way the bike was behaving with the advanced TPS (and hated the way it was after I retarded it too much while trying to correct it.) Glad I at least tried it though.
TLDR; adjust the TPS only if your throttle valves close before your throttle hand closes the throttle. This is only what the TPS adjustment is for. No more power to be found here.