Clutch pull is a result of multiple things. The length of the arm on the trans, the position of the where the cable is affixed to the clutch lever from the pivot on the handle bar mount. Also a bigger bike with more torque and hp will require a different setup of the clutch plates, basket and spring tension to prevent slipping due to the increase in torque and hp. I have built racing engines for 4 wheelers and once you increase the hp and torque you need to change drive train parts accordingly. Just keep in mind that a manual clutch feel from one bike to another isnt a good reference due to many underlying circumstances.