ok sweet, i had a swb 08 600 i took to the track a bunch so ive been down it before, just every time i try to launch on the street on my 10, it either bakes tire or bogs hard
Because your on the STREET, if I try launching on the street I smoke the tire instantly... race track will be sticky... you shouldn't bog at all on the street, just smoke the tire... go to the track rev it to 8500 slide the clutch, start out by feeding it throttle and work up to where you are pinning the throttle as soon as you feel the bike move. Once you are comfortable pinning the throttle, start sliding the clutch faster and faster, until it bogs or wheelies.
If it wheelies back down on your rpms, if it bogs raise your rpms by 500 and repeat, still bogs raise another 500 rpm....
Practice practice and practice some more, everyone has there own style of launching, you want to control the bike with the CLUTCH, once you find a good baseline, start tweaking a little and see what improves and what doesn't.
TAKE NOTES, of what works and what doesn't. Granted at first you will be to occupied with just getting down the track.
TAKE MORE NOTES, keep track of 60' and 330' times, along with how long clutches are lasting. If you can get the same 60 and 330 launching at 7500 as you can launching at 10000 rpm, but the clutch is lasting twice as long at 7500 rpm, there is no need to launch at 10 grand.