Not sure of the specific model number, but I have used Motion Pro cables which seem okay. The first replacement lasted 41k miles and was completely beat. You do need to lubricate Motion Pro cables or they will rust up, bind, and strands will break.
My recommendation for swapping them out on the road:
1. Adjust the lever all the way in to slack. Unmount the ball end from the lever
2. Bend the cable outer metal shell (just past the reinforced bent metal tube) back and forth until you can tear it off.
3. Mate the torn off lever end of the old cable to the clutch actuator end of the new cable with electrical tape. Be sure it's secure.
4. Unmount the clutch-side of the old cable, and pull the old cable out. The new cable slides into position. Some gentle wiggling may be needed.
5. Once the new cable is in position, undo the old cable, attach both ends
6. Set the adjustment and test for full disengagement, don't forget to tighten back up.
You can use the pliers from the toolkit for bending but should bring some electrical tape.
This method saves time and energy because you don't have to remove any bodywork or the tank, and there will be no doubt that the routing is correct.