Once you get comfortable with the position you find works well for you and get used to the lean angles involved it easily transfers (mentally) the left turns. Try a huge parking lot in a new shopping complex if you can find one. If it's really new the concrete is clean enough to run figure eights.
If that doesn't work get some friends with chatter box headsets to work lookout and run the clover leaf backwards at 2 in the am.
Seriously, once you are used to the lean angle and you learn that if the road is clean enough the tires WILL stick, it becomes very natural. Just be sure you move in small steps in case your tires are not up to it. Be very smooth. If the front starts to push or slide you have to make yourself roll gently on the throttle to get some weight transfered to the back so the front will stay hooked up. If the back starts to slide roll off just enough to let it hook up but don't chop the throttle cause the front will load and slide or the if the back has really stepped out you could highside.
It's 90% mental in making yourself smooth on the throttle (it should always be at least cracked in the turn so the weight isn't on the front wheel, the contact patch on the back is twice as big, put the weight there), extremely light on the bars (try to barely hold on, get your weight on the tank via your chest), and don't freak out. Look as far through the corner as possibe at where you want to go.
PS- Sheeese, you have a 748 so I hope you're not waiting for better suspension or tires cause they ain't out there. LOL.
Find a suitable spot and get some leathers dude.