wheelies on my 600rr are a piece of cake. You got several options:
A) Speed up to about 7k, then drop the throttle and reapply instantly whilst leaning back. The front end should shoot up. I don't prefer this method cause it feels painful.
B) at around 5k pull in clutch, rev to around 7 or so, and drop the clutch whilst leaning back. Its all about feel so test out at lower RPM first.
C) Standup first, keep steady pace at about 6k or so, standup, bounce front end while applying throttle. I don't like 1st gear standups cause the are really short and the wheel comes up too fast.
D) 2nd/3rd gear standups. Perfect gears. Second comes up quick with the bounce method at around 7k, once you are good shift to 3rd for extended wheelies. 3rd can only be brought up at around 10k but is super smooth.
This is just what I do personally, and cannot be held responsible for the results if you try it yourself. Not sure about your bike, could be alot different from mine.