I gotta say, I am just not comfortable wheeling the V. I think it comes from accidentally letting the clutch out too quick when I first got it, and pulling an accidental wheelie. That was very uncomfortable. Now, I just don't open it up till ~ 5000 RPM in first subconsciously. I came to this conclusion the other day as I was out trying to touch the pegs down and practicing wheelies. My brain just doesn't want to do it! It takes a very concerted effort to crack the throttle enough at low speed to get the wheel up. I am more comfortable feathering the clutch in 2nd and having it come up some... but even then, I don't like the feeling.
What I do love is having the front end get all light under hard acceleration, without coming up too much. Having the ability to wheely is excellent, but being able to keep it down with such power is ideal!
2007 Versys Black, V35 Bags, H&B Bars, Skidmarx Hugger.Fender Ex., Avon Distanzia, Braided Lines, Hella 65W bulbs Arrow Can, DNA Air filter, GIVI tall screen (for winter), PCIII, Baldwin Saddle. **SOLD**
2011 KTM SM-T. Crash bars, E55 Top Box, Fender extender front and rear.