The new edition of MXA has an article on how to ease the clutch pull on a 426. They do it by removing the clutch actuator arm from the motor (the piece that the cable connects to). They then cut the arm and weld in a spacer, lenghtening it by 5mm. What this does is create a lever effect, by moving the cable's connecting point farther from the actuator rod, and thus eases clutch pull. This looks like it would work, and it is basicaly free if you have the skills to do it. Have any of you tried this, and is it worth the time and trouble? I would love to have an easier pull. If you screw up the arm by doing this, a new one is around $37. I'm almost tempted to try.