Hey everyone I have been gone away from this site for awhile so I have been tying to catch up on the latest info. I have seen a lot of posts on clutch pull, so to let you know the recent change that I did to my "01.......When I bought my bike last year the bar setup on my bike was handgrip, clutch, decomp lever (did not check the book so I do not know what the standard setup is) with a clutch pull that tired my arm out quick. I then went to the MSR Raptor, sure it made it significantly easier but I had to get the tools out every time to adjust it (hard to do while riding). Recently I put the decomp lever right next to the handgrip and then moved my stock clutch perch with stock lever as close to my crossbar as possible to allow me to fit two fingers on the clutch lever comfortably and extending the third out there to allow me to pull it into the handgrip completely. This location of the clutch lever allows me to use only one finger consistently without tiring and is by far the best setup that I have used on my bike. I have ridden four times with this setup and my clutch is working great no probs with engaging or disengaging or allowing me to shift gears. Just a little info that you could try before spending money of the MSR Raptor or the RST.