DynoJet numbers are the standard. The numbers really mean very little. What does matter is what a baseline result is compared to the tune itself using the same parts.
For the best idea of what power was gained, it would have also been best for a baseline run with the bike in stock form and then install the PCIII, filter and exhaust.
Now if you were to compare that to my Mustang AWD-1100-SE series dyno with the bike attachment, you would have made roughly 115whp. The Mustang seems to read about 12.5% lower than other DynoJets in the surrounding area, however all dynos do not read the same.
The next thing is what target AFR was being used and was this on pump gas or race gas?
I have a project I'm about to undertake, and I will show more later.