I didn't notice any difference in clutch pull from stock to the new Scorpion, but since the dealership that buggered the stock clutch paid for most of the Scorpion, I went for the upgrade. I'll let you know how it turns out.
I know, right?
Interesting,... So your stock clutch is super heavy?
What year is your bike?
My Vegas is 2010 and was a heavy bitch of a clutch ever since buying it at 8500 miles.
After trying out the clutch on other Vic's I realised mine was heavier, mechanic at the dealership said the 2010 had a heavier clutch pull stock.
So I fitted an Ezy-clutch, brought mine back in line with others stock pull.
Which springs did they use in your Scorpion?
There's 4 different ratings of springs supplied to choose from.
Considering you already had a heavy clutch possibly like mine, and you noticed no difference with the Scorpion it'd be interesting to know what poundage springs they used?
Haven't tested mine yet as motors being bored as I write this.
I also bought the Barnett cable, plus 6", to free things up around my Burleigh Bars as I rerouted it a little to make em fit.
And I've bought a 4oz bottle of dry Teflon lube for that too.
Only time will tell as to how heavy mine is.
The mechanic who assembled my Scorpion fitted the lightest and next strongest clutch springs in staggered formation, 3 of each, 41 and 58 lbs from memory.
My memory's flawed but
EDIT....now I've posted I can see your sig.