after 50+ years of riding , daily , im getting arthur itis in my clutch hand. i searched for hydraulics, to no avail, so i tried this :
CLUTCH LEVER EFFORT possible solution:
bolt and nut in bottom of cylinder head, there are hole there already.
drill hole in steel clip where clutch cable goes into motor(there is a stamped/embossed circle pressed on it for aim!!!!!)
stainless 5 or 6 inch x 3/8 sailing spring (need a good hardware store(i had one in my junk drawer)
piece of Stainless Steel spoke for attachment to hole u drilled. make a J on each end with torch and needlenose facing opposite each other
properly done, it wont rub on anything, length of bolt determines that
i have pictures i can text if anyone wants, these pics here are a PIA.
say it cuts effort a bunch 30-50 % , but does not effect play at rest.
will update after a week or so.