You may do well with a slight rejet then. I'll tell my tale and eventual final tune:
Rejetted when I did the earshave with 142/42 and 2 needle shims. Ran like that for a year or so, but the bike was pig rich. I could smell gas when I cracked the throttle, hardly needed choke to cold start it. After I did the pickup coil modification, I found that it was really eating up that rich mix, but I wasn't a fan of the smell and (am pretty sure I had some erratic running issues)
I switched back to a stock pilot (38) with 1-size above stock main jet (135, stock is 132) and left my shims in place. With the coil mod and earshave, my bike starts with choke, doesn't smell pig rich, and responds perfectly to all rev ranges, throttle inputs, etc. Pulls strong through the whole rev range, doesn't pop on decel, and idles at a very stable 1100 rpm, hardly even have to fiddle with the idle when seasons change.
Way I reckon is this: stock pilot works at idle, that's limited not by intake/exhaust, but by the valve openings, no need to give it much more fuel there. Once the throttle comes on it's getting the needle lifted, the shims add a bit of additional fuel throughout the middle of the range where my pods let it breathe a bit more, and ultimately at WOT the main jet is giving it all it has, and I wanted just a bit more fuel there since the bigger pods will be providing more air.
Also worth noting that my stock pilots were unusable since they were so clogged, so even if I didn't rejet I still needed to replace the jets.
If you have punched baffles and an earshave, 135/38 or 138/38 might work well for you, and you can experiment with shims without removing the carbs, just gotta take the gas tank off to get the carb hats off. If you want more power in addition to this look up the coil pickup mod, I felt a big difference with that and the rejet.