I just installed Glen's clutch pull relief over the weekend. Wow, what a difference it makes! The clutch lever is so easy now, feels even easier than the hydraulic one I had on my previous bike. Best $20 I've spent so far on the bike (I didn't get the rivet removing tool, I just used a dremel).
Makes you wonder why the Honda engineers couldn't have designed the clutch mechanism this way from the factory . It's not exactly rocket science, just make the lever at the clutch an inch or so longer to give the cable more leverage.
2011 Honda Fury, Bordeaux Red
Cannella risers, L&M 3" extensions
Just did this mod in around 40 min's.
Used a dremel after pulling the clutch open with the wrench and holding it with a few cable ties, ground the Bottom of the rivet off gently and removed with a flat head screw driver.
Everything went back together smooth including the kuryakyn engine covers.
What a difference this has made.
My thanks to Glen at Glens VTX and StPete for the inspiration.
Just ordered my clutch pull relief. I should be able to put it on by Sat. I just hope I can situate the cable so it still looks good.
Thus starts the beginning of me hopefully having a quick-shift system.
velociraptor intake; Cannella black riser; dyno tuned; black & white spikes
Cobra 3" slips (baffles in); Memphis Shades pop top sportshield; iso-driver boards
Fi2000R, ~120 mls LED lights; C&C SportTour seat; Rebel Bandit ReFlash Hog