Yes and no. Its very cramped under the tank and down on the crankcase. The tricky bit is swapping the cable over at the crankcase. The steel bend sits against the frame cross member and needs fiddling to get it out of the bracket that also clamps starter motor. Its easiest to loosen off the bracket, but the front bracket bolt is hard to access due to the cable itself, the CCT and exhaust. The lever arm won't come off the pivot shaft without removing the exhaust. The bigger bodied FCR vs BST also reduces the space there. There's not really any room down there for another cable to sit next to it, so the bottom end of a spare cable has to sit elsewhere, which means the tank still has to come off. I have looked at this in the past. With longer flexible tools and long tip needle nose pliers its doable in the shed without exhaust removal, but I don't carry those on the bike. Maybe I know now what my clutch cable's service life is, so maybe I'll replace this one at 100k kms.