It looks like you are getting set up nicely! You mention a lot for the bike, but nothing about gear for yourself. That's equally or more important than the bike stuff, IMHO. Hopefully, you've got it covered, but we can recommend stuff if not. I gear up thinking I'm going down at least once on every ride, so it hurts less or not at all when I do.
I've never used an aftermarket can on the TW, but I don't think it moves much more, if any more, air than stock due to the small intake throat. I have been running the stock 126 main jet since I'm often at elevations over 4500' in the mountains or in Utah. If you plan to stay below that you may want to play around with the carburetor settings and jetting. Here are links to the relevent threads in our Technical Write ups section.
First, familiarize yourself with the carb... https://tw200forum.com/forum/technica...ification.html
Here are the OEM part numbers for jets. It is highly recommended to purchase the OEM jets. Many aftermarket kits have unfavorable reviews and/or come with jets that are a different numbering system than OEM, so it is difficult to narrow down what is what. I would recommend purchasing the 128, 130 and 132.5 main jets, as well as the #34 pilot jet. They are cheap enough to have on hand for whenever wanting to test jetting. Get them from your local dealer, or your favorite online retailer like Boats.net: Outboard Motors, OEM Marine Parts, Boats for Sale... https://tw200forum.com/forum/technica...et-part-s.html