so i have been working on my downshifts with blipping the throttle, when you get it right its amazing! (first time i tried it i just copied that clip from the twist of the wrist video and absolutely nailed it by pure luck from 3rd>2nd, in fact it was so smooth i did not believe anything had actually happened happened and promptly tried to launch myself over the fuel tank by changing down to 1st at about 40kmph!) however about 30% of the time i balls it up a bit, when going 2nd>1st the wheel and or chain sometimes "chatters", i think this means im not blipping enough causing a slight compression lockup? for all the other gears i sometimes get a "surge" forwards, and i think this means that i have blipped a bit too much? im also assuming that this happen with these particular gear changing combos because the step from first to second is bigger than the consecutive gear steps, so i need to blip more when going into first and not so much for the other gears? and finally, should i focus on getting my blips right all the time with a very quick light clutch motion, or would it be wiser to instead always ease the clutch back on, thus smoothing out errors (but being significantly less awesome)? i dont plan to ride at the track at all, in case that matters.