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I don't recall if yours is hydraulic, but if it is, make sure it has been bled properly and that there is sufficient fluid in the reservoir.

If that's all good, it could be your friction plates. How many miles does she have on her?
 

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clutch is not bled. is the plastic spacer behind the slave cylinder?
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A bad clutch typically slips, it doesn't stay engaged. The clutch slave cylinder mounts to the sprocket cover, make sure the cover is seated correctly and the slave cylinder is seated correctly to the cover. I'm not sure replacing the clutch will solve the issue.
 
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