I have been having some tendonitis in my left hand which riding in traffic irritates - so am looking to see if there's a way to lighten the clutch action. Do the levers by pazzo or wunderlich do this? I can't understand how they would as the clutch lever already has the dog leg bend to put the part of the lever near the front (pointer finger) as close as possible to the bars -- so how do they improve things -- is it a different cam action like a G2 Throttle tamer or what? Is it just a sharper bend? If it just moves the lever in more than stock can the clutch disengage completely? I just adjusted the lever as much as possible to reduce the reach and removed the beemer buddy foam on the left grip for the same reason, as well as rotated the clutch lever up a bit, so I'll try that this weekend. Any ideas would be welcome to help with my situation. I guess I should be glad that I don't have a dry clutch like my son's Ducati Monster -- that's a stiff clutch!! BTW The freeplay is set about 3mm or so per the manual.