take it slow man, take it slow. i haven't done a wheelie on my new bike cause i baby it too much but i used to ride a honda that i learned on.
don't even worry about the bp yet just get comfortable with the bike feeling light in the front and comin up on ya.
i was taught like this....just get up to a good rpm in 1st gear, somewhere around 40mph should work and just open the throttle. the bike should pop right up, practice full throttle fast and rolling off slowly so you can learn how to land soft, its not worth learning to go higher if you cant land it right, you will just hurt your bike and your..well lower region.
after you get comfortable with simple up and down 1st gear wheelies learn to pop the clutch at about 25ish mph in 1st gear, start really easy tho less gas at first and just a slight more each time untill you get a couple feet up, then as you get more comfortable go higher and higher but always be safe. after you get 1st gear down w/ clutch try 2nd gear but be extra careful..your going faster and thats more dangerous.
one last thing and remember this over anything else...always cover the brake incase you get to high and learn how to ease into the brake to help bring the front end down a little and dont slam on it, thats not good news. for your 1st gear wheelies u should have plenty of engine brake to bring you back down but practice covering the rear brake anyway.
good luck and be safe.