Moly designed properly for it's specific application does not always cause clutch problems if it meets the wet clutch specs. For example Honda's motorcycle oils do contain moly, as well as other motorcycel oils. Go figure.Be wary of using some automotive oils as there are a few that contain Moly. IIRC, there are warnings in the Honda owner's manuals about using engine oils with Moly as it can cause the wet clutch to wear prematurely. Trust me, it has happened plenty of times, not just on Gixxer,com, but with many many people with several different brands of M/C. Sometimes the best oil really is an OEM motorcycle oil, synthetic or dyno. IMO, price be damned.
Do your oil research properly, and you'll come out ahead.
I've done well with Royal Purple Max-cycle and a K & N filter on my ZRX.
Here is the best INDEPENDENT oil analysis research done outside of a oil manufacturer/retailer grasp. It's for aircooled Porsche and Volkswagen engines, but many of the areas covered apply to motorcycles as well. Charles of L.N. Engineering can even do an oil analysis for your personal use motorcycle/car.