The faster your bike, the more gentle initial throttle must be because every incremental turn of the throttle on a fast bike adds significant horsepower. When I rode Kenny Roberts Jr.'s Suzuki 500 in 2000 the data showed us initiating throttle at the same time, but I added too much too soon, forcing me to close it to re-point the bike. Kenny, the 500GP champion that year, initiated throttle more gently, allowing the bike to continue to turn. While I was closing the throttle to redirect the bike, he was accelerating linearly. Fast bikes simply require a finer touch.