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There have been a few threads about this on this forum. From what I have gathered from those threads, unless you have a race harness and ECU (which don't have a clutch switch to my knowledge), you need the clutch switch. Your bike will run a different map if the clutch switch is not engaged. Your bike will run as if you are pulling in the clutch the whole time and be down on power.
A lot of people want to remove it so that they don't need to pull in the clutch to start their bike, but that is what I have gathered from those threads. The best think to do if you want to remove the switch is to add a external switch somewhere else so you can turn it on and off at will, that way the bike can still run the correct MAP when you are out on the track. As far as a manual idle adjuster, I have no idea how this would be a problem as I'm not as educated on those pieces.