I'll give you one suggestion that will work no matter what. I got this suggestion when I was learning to wheelie on my F3 back in 2001. After multiple disappointments at trying to wheelie, my dear friend suggested that I must install some BALLS. You may want to do the same. Pop the clutch man, that's way easier, but again it depends on person to person. Power wheelie... 1st gear, 9000rpm, chop the throttle to 4000rpm, and then GUNN IT again, the front wheel will come up. Keep your right foot ready for the rear brake just in case. But again, see if you can get those BALLS installed first; I had to.
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