I don't know how good your brakes are, I have the full brake system from the Lemans with radial MC if you need better stoppers, steel braided lines as well. As for making it run, get a used PCIII for it, if it did not come with the engine, then Dynolink tune it. The older bikes did not have the O2 stuff and a simple PCIII will allow you to map each cylinder separately and set it and forget it. I did the same setup on my 02 Cali at the same time, I have not tuned it in ~35K miles, it still runs perfect. Just adjust the valves and set your TPS as a baseline, and never worry about the PCIII mapping again after one dynolink session. to me this is much preferred over the PCV and autotune, and a lot cheaper (guzzi content) I see no reason you cannot get better torque and almost as much bhp as the Lemans, actually, I think the LaFranconis with a good crossover are probably better flowing pipes than the mistrals I had on the Lemans.
Cheers my friend,