I have some tendonitis issues and found that the pricey Wunderlich adjustable lever helps as the lever can be adjusted to sit closer to the handlebar -- this makes for less of a reach. Obviously less reach equals less travel, so less disengagement -- but I have not had any issues. It has been suggested that adding slack to the cable (with the stock lever) may approximate the feel I'm getting as the resistance will not kick in until the hand is more closed and may be easier on the fingers.
The EZ clutch requires less pressure through a pulley which also means less disengagement. I purchased an EZ clutch but didn't install it so if you'd like one PM me.
I think the neatest approach to lessen clutch effort is in a thread here -- when I get a few moments I plan to try it:
Originally Posted by Motorfiets
saw this from a friend and I am in the process of making a couple...