Because my 63 year old left hand isn't keeping up with my 43 year old mind I'm considering installing Harley's reduced effort clutch kit on my 2000 FLHRCI to reduce the work in stop-and-go traffic. My Road King has H-D's 95" kit, Ness Super Sucker, S&S 510G cams, Rinehart True Duals and Power Commander PCIII USB. It's currently putting out 79 h.p. and 92 ft. lbs. after being Dyno tuned. Part of Harley's 95" kit includes a "high performance" clutch spring. I'm concerned if the spring in the reduced effort kit is going to allow clutch slippage on hard throttle applications particulary when riding two-up with luggage. Anyone have an answer to my question? Appreciate any input.