Clutch Slipping. please help me figure out the prob.
Ok guys. A bit of history on this bike. Its an 02, got it with 10700 miles on it. Im pretty sure the previous owner wheelied it a lot with stock gears, so it was probably really bad on the clutch. Im kind of guessing this also by the blown left fork seal, and damage to left side of the bike and clutch lever ( clutch lever is bent forward a bit, just toward the end.) I picked it up in May, and have been rebuilding it since then, and I'm almost finished. The clutch slipped in the higher RPM's in any gear, mostly under heavy load in 3-6th gears. So i replaced the friction plates, and mic'd the steels. they were all within spec as per the manual. So after soaking the frictions in mobil 1, which is what i have been using in it, and putting them back in it seemed to go away after i broke the clutch in for about 100 miles. just went on a ride today, and got on it a bit and the clutch slips super bad again, this time it was 6-7000 rpm in 3rd gear. didnt even try other gears because it slipped so bad the bike hit soft limiter before i could shift. thats how bad it slipped. Ive been riding for 8 years, and am pretty mechanically inclined. I used to be a tech for honda cars, and ive worked on my own bikes since ive been riding. this is my first with a hydraulic clutch though. any thoughts before i give up and take it to honda for them to figure it out?? im already going to take it to them this week to replace the fork seals because i dont really have a triple tree stand to use haha. any info would be greatly appreciated! thanks guys!