Why would anyone want better acceleration on a big, fast bike anyway? You're already at the wheelie limit until 4th gear... Dropping one from the front of a 600 maybe, but they're pretty close to the wheelie limit these days too... My 06 GSX-R600 will try to lift the front in 3rd if I hit a very slight bump in the track when I'm using full power... It won't quite do it, but it sure does get light.
Actually fewer teeth at the front would have the opposite effect. Adding teeth at the front would produce a 'higher' gear and reduce (slightly) accelleration. A small front sprocket will reduce chain life quite alot though, as the chain has to 'bend' more around a smaller sprocket. Mind you if you're going to wheelie on a 1400cc bike, I'm guessing chain life isn't a big concern.
Do you have a bicycle lying around...If so go get on it and figure it out yours self. By increasing the number of teeth on the rear you are lower the gear. By increasing the number of teeth on the front you are raising the gear... Verify that by getting on a bicycle and increse the number of teeth on the rear i.e. shift the rear derailer to the inside... Peddaling gets eaiser right. especially when you accelerate...However the downside is when you need top end speed you won't have it . i.ke Pretend you are the engine when you get on your bicycle.