I wasnt quiet clear. Unlike other companies, kawi doesnt use a seperate oil cooler and radiator. Instead they have a water jacket that mounts next to the oil filter. The oil is thus cooled by the passing water.
My other suspesion is the new syth oil I put in my bike. I coudlnt find red cap for the life of me, so I went with something else (cant remember now) but made sure it mentioned nothing about friction modifiers. A few days after the oil change the clutch did something wierd. As I started the bike, gave it enough time to warm up a tad, while putting on helmet, jacket, etc. I got on and started feathering the clutch (just normal everyday start) as the clutch was coming out, I wasnt moving forward untill, it lurched forward all at once, and stalled. The sort of thing you'd see from not knowing how to work the clutch, except I consider myself above that mistake. Well I didnt think too much about it, untill the same thing happened again the next day, again with the bike just warming up. This time I managed not to stall it. Ever since then the clutch has been acting fine. So two strange occurances. I thought my cable might be catching, but I just oiled it. Maybe I gunked it up a tad.
Anywho, back to wheelie road. Wheelies are hard on the clutch, more so than daily driving. I mean, rev to 6k (maybe? I go by sound) and feather the clutch in. Over and over. To make things worse its a slipper clutch, so it slips a tad on engine braking and downshifts, warming it up even more.
At first I thought I simply wore out my clutch due to too much abuse. I was disappointed that it would happen on a 4 mo old bike, but let it go. Then the clutch started working fine again once cool.
So my solution would have something to do with keeping the oil cooler. Water wetter is supposed to drop the radiator temps, and thus the oil. There is also something called engine ice, which is supposed to do the same thing.