haha loved that wobble at 1:24
Pucker moment brought to you by Gymkhana. LOL
Definitely more lean in the turns. Come in wider with more speed, and really lean the bike. Counter balance it if you have to, but get that bike leaned in as far as you comfortably can, and then start pushing it further. Lighter bike is a huge plus here.
As it slows down and you are turning bars tighter and tighter, bike will start to stand up, thats when start applying more throttle and by the time you exiting you already picking up speed.
But yes, lean lean lean. Start wider if you have to, but lean it more.