Re: Bike won't wheelie - me or the bike?
You also may very well be spinning the rear tire.
Another consideration, maybe it is not stock gearing.
Rather than going by speed, try it by rpm. About 5000, if I open up my 954 in first, LTF out and hang on!!!! rather than a rapid snap though, try a continuous dialing the throttle open, nice and smoothly, and progressively, buy dont be slow about it. By the same token, a hard instantaneous twist is bad too. It can spin the tire, or it can put you on your head.
One more consideration is your suspension. If it is set too soft, the suspension can actually absorb the bikes natural tendency to loft the wheel. If set too stiff, it will have more of a tendency to spin the tire since the weight transfer is not happening the way you want it to.
All things considered, I would start with reloading the PC III map for your bike and pipe setup from the www.powercommander.com website. The stock onboard Dynojet map is not the ideal map at all. The preconfigured map for the pipe/air filter/bike combination is closer to being right. Ideally, the best way is to have it tuned at a Dynojet Tuning Center on their dyno to get the optimum fuel/air ratio settings custom mapped for your bike. The map on the site is a good starting point, and it is free.
I am assuming you are doing this in a controlled environment, not a public roadway.
Try my suggestions at your own risk. I accept no responsibilty for dangerous activities of any kind performed improperly in any place. Nonetheless, I hope this helps.