I'll be using both the hand and foot clutch combo. There was a really good topic on a fix for the oem hand clutch leverage problems way back when. I took notes on it. I have a servi front brake locking pawl style steup on the left side handlebar. Do to it's design, I feel it must remain there. I've pondered the throttle with the front brake combo. That leaves me with the hand clutch and timer on the right side handlebar, also where the shifter will be. The timer spiral will be cosmetic only. I am using an auto advance timer. I believe, and hope, I can get away with this setup, especially the right side hand clutch / right side shift combo, because, I will use the hand clutch as a helper to the foot clutch. I have very limited motion and strength in my feet and ankles. I need to hope I can master this control style setup too. The front locking pawl brake system is required due to the front angle parking I encounter around here, down hill right angle parking. My legs and feet won't push me out of such parking, neither will they keep the scoot in place while starting the engine safely. I need both hands on the handlebars until I get rolling. Incorporated into the bobber is a reverse gear also. This allows me to ease the bike out of those down hill tough spots. I'll probably have to feather the clutch while using the reverse gear, unless I want to become acrobatic.
Assuming I can use this control setup as I intend to, my next gremlin is cable routing. I'm using a springer front end with a monroe shock, stock style horn, spot lights, headlight, marker light, fender, and 16" wheel. Pa