Hanging off more, stands the bike up. That is where I was going with what I said
If you are decking out and running wide, and need more ground clearence without unsettling the front, you need to stand the bike up. But to continue the same arc, you need to hang off more.
as to your question about Craners curves, I am not familar enough with them. But I am assuming there is little time that you are vertical? Trail braking is going to be key then (as usually is as you get faster) BUT, you will have to be careful about "tying the chassis up" if you are having to start braking on the left side of the tire, and continue as you cross vertical onto the right side.
One thing I always say, is you need to be in control of your speed and your controls at all times, or you are out of control.
There is no coasting.
I am either on the brakes, or I have the throttle open. NOTICE: I did not say I was necessarily accelerating with the throttle open. There are times I am decelerating but the throttle is still open since I am not braking either. The only time the throttle is completely closed is if I am on the brakes.
This keeps the chassis taught.
If you are not in control.. you are out of control.