Depends on the dyno. Probably between 120 and 135 depending on the dyno, bike, conditions. Different brands of dyno's also measure differently and can deliver different results. The main thing is the overalll power curve. See if the dyno your using has any runs from stock bikes like yours.
Every bike is different, even if it is the same year, make, and model. You should do a baseline dyno run for HP/torque. After you have the baseline numbers you can do more dyno runs for each mod to see results. Don't rely on other numbers, those numbers did not come from YOUR bike.
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You Da Man is right. Along with that your elevation will change the hp numbers. When the AMA guys came to SLC i talked to the dyno jet guys that were tuning and they said from Laguna Seca to Miller they saw a big difference in numbers (lower).