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@markpa28r , Mark A Murphy, You did use a good quality recommended grade motorcycle oil I hopehope if not change it right away. Bike clutches will sometimes slip after long storage because the plates go dry and can glaze over a bit. Give it a good run city/highway careful in 1st, try not to slip, go easy and see if doesn't come back or another trick I heard of was to over fill the oil to flood the clutch plates a few days then drain oil to correct level and try. Good luck.
@markpa28r , Mark A Murphy, You did use a good quality recommended grade motorcycle oil I hopehope if not change it right away. Bike clutches will sometimes slip after long storage because the plates go dry and can glaze over a bit. Give it a good run city/highway careful in 1st, try not to slip, go easy and see if doesn't come back or another trick I heard of was to over fill the oil to flood the clutch plates a few days then drain oil to correct level and try. Good luck.
 
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@markpa28r , Mark A Murphy, You did use a good quality recommended grade motorcycle oil I hope. Bike clutches will sometimes slip after long storage because the plates go dry and can glaze over a bit. Give it a good run city/highway careful in 1st, try not to slip, go easy and see if doesn't come back or another trick I heard of was to over fill the oil to flood the clutch plates a few days then drain oil to correct level and try. Good luck.

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