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I've got a 98 Monster 750. I just replaced the Slave Cylinder with an aftermarket Moto Wheels Slave Cylinder and now the clutch wont engage. I've bled the system and the Clutch Lever seems to have appropriate resistance. However the clutch won't engage. It has a very weak feeling of pulling when it's in gear but throttle input does not affect it. Thanks to anyone and everyone that can help.Have you checked with MotoWheels about their unit? They'd know it best, and could hopefully shed some light on it. What kind of bleeder did you use? I've had the best luck with a MightyVac set up, where you draw the fluid out from the bleed screw, rather than pump the lever.,,,

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