I think you need the race tools software to adjust kill times. The stock woolich software just adjusts sensitivity, no kill times. Was thinking about getting tje race tools myself just for that. It's getting annoying with tje qs timing. That was told to me by woolich tech support about needing the race tools.
I dunno on the zx10r stock timing but for the older dynojet quickshifters you'd either throw it at 60ms across the board but to tune it up usually you'd start at 65 and go down by 5 each gear you go up. so start at 65ms from 1-2, 60 2-3, 55 3-4 and so on. sometimes you'd find once you hit one level thats it so maybe you stop at 50ms for the top 3 gears. takes some fine tuning and a dyno makes that really easy