I lost the use of my left leg and both feet in a skydiving accident 8 years ago. I broke my back and spinal cord damage does not heal over time so I made some changes... It took some research and testing, but i have a system that works very well for riding with hand controls only. I can ride 99% what everyone rides and have started racing in a few enduros. This bike is 2004 525. Torque is good. Heres how I did it: 1. Buy Revloc or Rekluse auto clutch so clutch lever can be replaced with brake lever. Revloc On a more recent conversion I used a rekluse instead of Revloc. The rekluse seems to prevent more spinning on the rear tire somehow. It also seems to tolerate abuse a bit better, I have had no problems in 2000 miles where I had many problems with the Revloc. The funny noise the rekluse makes is normal when bogging. 2. Buy Pingel shifter and mount to custom metal bar by shifter Pingel I bend the shaft frequently. It costs about $75 to have it rebuilt. I have two pistons, so one is fresh when needed. This part is not made for dirt bikes but works amazingly well considering. 3. Buy Zipty racing peg extensions to help feet stay on pegs. Zipty 4. I had my suspension lowered 2" so my feet could touch. I had front and rear shocks lowered by Stillwell. http://www.stillwellperformance.com/main/2011-race-team/ I fall mostly when stopped... and my skid plate hits more, but well worth not falling over all the time due to very weak quads. Custom tranny cover: The other threat of lowering a bike is your feet are closer to the ground. The only advantage of not feeling your feet is being able to finish long rides after doing this to my foot... Getting it on the bike Installation of auto clutch is not too bad. The new clutch basket is easily removed with oily fingers and an impact driver. For quicker installation, use driver bits with t15 star head to twist many small screws. Pay particular attention to washers under basket. Laying bike on side during installation helps. Cover for clutch side is a simple plate or better, a custom threaded rod into the top of your existing clutch cover. Replace clutch with brake lever. Magura makes this. Remove foot brake and have new hose made at auto shop for about $60. My KTM 450 xcw uses brake fluid for the clutch. For that convesion I just had a new hose made. Super easy! Install shifter on some sort of metal bracket custom made for your bike. I made mine with 3/16 plate, a drill, metal cut off wheel, a vise and blow torch to heat the metal into bending easier. It took several tries, but the bar is perfect now. I ground a slight curve in bottom to clear crankcase. Mounting the steel bracket is not too bad if the holes line up. After a few versions, mine uses all stock holes with longer bolts. Make sure the shifter can rotate on a bushing to optimize shifting angle for piston. This is supplied with shifter and is critical to install properly. Wiring the shifter is not too bad. It attaches to the battery and one other wire shown in installation manual. Making foot pegs larger made riding so much better. My balance is pretty bad so larger pegs enabled me to stand. Thats it. Riding again. Hope this helps someone get back in the saddle.