That's crazy, that front tire was hovering the entire time, great job. My bike is so damn tall that people that see me from the back think I'm doing a wheelie already. Imagine when it gets even taller during a wheelie, it's a little terrifying.Haha, wheelie control?
Negative, DTC/ABS off and slick mode. Clutch lever baby!
Are you saying you chop the throttle when the front rises?
Stay in it, and snick the next gear, without rolling off the throttle any, it'll settle faster, and you'll lose less momentum.
I'll be coming down to VMR often since it's really close. That's where I ran my 10.5 with TC and wheelie control kicking in. I'm definitely taking your advice and try shifting a little earlier, but my problem is that the quickshifter is acting up and sometimes it doesn't work; that's why you see me going all the way to 12k rpm when I intended to shift at 11.3 or so.
We'll see. 133 mph is great for this big bike, so I think a 10.399 is doable. Maybe next time I lower the air pressure and put the suspension in road mode to see how it reacts.
Check out this run in El Paso; I was losing so much power there that it wouldn't even wheelie, I could just disable the aids and not get into trouble.