No!!!, don't try to clutch at that high of RPM's, You'll flip it. Start small like at 5-8, it won't lift for a few inches, but you have to get used to the pull-somewhat violent if not accustomed to it. Work your way 1K more RPM's each time until the bike starts to lift up around 1 ft or more- again your just going to get familiar to the feel and the motion/technique. Eventually you will find your balance point. Use very small input to control the height and speed and always cover the rear brake. Actually you should practice to just bring up the front just a little and then use the rear brake just so you know what to do in case of too much throttle , it should become 2nd nature once you start really popping wheelies-and wear ALL you gear, please.