IMO stand ups are easier because you can see/control the bike better. Lowering your tire pressure will make your stand ups a lot easier as well. Staggered stand ups are the easiest stand up, left foot on passenger peg right foot on front peg. You have a 1000cc bike so you can also do power wheelies as well. 2nd gear and 3rd gear you can bounce the bike up easy in between 6k and 8k. I find it easier to do power wheelies but thats just me.
You'll get it down, bro. Just push it a little more each time; practice is the only way.
I haven't seen him ride in a while but I don't remember the last time I had seen him ride on low pressure. I'll ask Eric Hoenshell, Nick Apex, Bill Dixon, and Guru and see who out of them ride aired down. I know last time I brought it up to Darius Khashabi he laughed and said that was the thing to do in like 2002.I disagree and so does jason britton:wink::mrgreen:
Here's something to consider: it sounds like you really want to learn to wheelie and wheelie a lot. Consider buying a cheap 600 to practice on and save your 10 for when you're comfortable. I don't believe the cages are all that practical for hard riding. I think you might be better off having 2 bikes; a cheap 600 you can scratch and layover along with your G3.
Need more throttle. Or you may be backing off the throttle a bit too much/quickly.