There are no kits for that change. You can spend a ton of money to do it if you want. It'll cost you less to sell your bike and buy a used bike with the dry clutch built in. That said I'm far from being blameless about spending tons of money on a bike project.
YES! it can be done!!! But, Mac900's right. It *will* cost you more to do it then selling your wet-clutched bike, and buying a larger engined dry-clutched bike. Also in the purchase of the dry-clutch bike, you'll likely get better suspension components, and more HP/torque.
If you're sure you'd like to throw your money away by converting it, then I can do it for you. I don't normally talk/email people through it as it's more technical then most people can/want to handle. There is no kit for this. It's all custom work.