We do not recommend this practice, it is very abusive to the clutch and other components. You will likely have very poor reaction times, the clutch will hit very hard, and possibly break fibers or other parts.

Best results are achieved by staging the bike about 200-400 RPM below the stall speed of the clutch. This will allow the pressure plate to be closer to the clutch pack so your reaction time can be much better and engage much smoother.