I never did call you stupid, You put that on yourself. Was your name ever mention in that post. It was meant as a very generic statement. GO back and read it. Sounds to me like you have a thin skin. I have nothing against you at all. You are making it that way
If you read everything I put up I even put up the fix for your problem....but somehow you probably let that fly over your head.
I'm not a perfect person, nobody is a perfect person.
I was the only one that really gave you the best information on those steel plates glazing over, which is probably most likely what the issue is with the clutch slipping. When I was a tech that often all we ever did to clutches especially with the 750 Honda back in the day. THAT WAS ALMOST ALWAYS THE ISSUE IF THE BIKE HAD LESS THEN 50,000 MILES ON IT.
When you do track days it can be very common to glaze the steel plates. Especially with the newer full syn oils, the friction plates hold up much better, but the issue becomes the steel plates get a build up of glaze on them.
So try to be a little less thin skin, and you may even start to enjoy my humor. The problem with posting you can't see the person and that can cause a great deal of misunderstandings.
Good day sir. PEACE brother.
Last edited by sonicboom; 12-30-2016 at 12:17 PM.