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First off welcome to the site. Do you think you need to take out the clutch because you're broken down ut on the road? It's a fairly involved process, but it can be done. Do you have access to tools and a service manual? You'll need them if you are going to attempt it. Can't help you with the tools, but I can e-mail you the appropriate pages of the manual if you need them.
 

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Bleed the system FIRST. ;)
What is it doing or not doing? It might just need the clutch bled.

If you don't have any resistance in the lever it probably got some air in the system. If that is the case. Try tying the lever in about 3/4 of the way and let it set for a few hours over night if possable.
I seen this fix the no resistance if the lever issue.

From the Northwest Corner
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Thanks guys for replies, I have plenty of clutch lever travel, bike will go into gear but will hardly move the bike in first, revs up and trys to go but major slippage.
I beleive on this system there is no adjustment,(shop manual at home).
I have found the clutch kit on line with the gasket for cover, but with holiday weekend may not have time to fix here. Return to Florida 6/4.
 
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