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I recently bend my clutch rod at that time fluid was coming out from the clutch rod hole..it may be low because now at a good speed in 6th gear it feels like a its sipping for fluid and starts to tug.

What is fluid that comes out of the clutch rod

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Have you replaced the clutch rod and seal if it was leaking before it may be low on fluid ,did a small ball bearing come out of the hole when you removed the shaft and if it did ,did you replace it ,to bend a clutch rod there is useally a problem before that ,this maybe a good time to take it to your bike dealer for a inspection as there could be a underlying problem that will only get worse .i hope this helps

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if your clutch is adjusted properly, it should not be doing that anyway, even if it is contaminated with gasoline. make sure clutch is properly adjusted, and if that doesnt work you made need to remove the clutch plates and clean them and lightly sand them to remove the fuel from the composite plates, fuel on them will make clutching operation jerky. they will clean themselves over time and a few oil changes if thats easier for you

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could be going insde the clutch housing ,but no matter what you need to get this fixed cause it's gonna break down somewhere you may not want to be stuck ( far from home) get it to your mech right away....Good Luck to you friend...Tim

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The clutch lever must have been pushed in when i tried to install the push rod the first time so the push rod didn't get pushed in all the way.

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SOURCE: my rf600r backfires when im coming down in gears or coming up to a corner or bend i drop down to second gear keep it there for about 10 seconds and bang everyones looking or ducking, is it a major pro

Some popping on deceleration usually means a lean idle mixture.

However, a backfire like you describe, I'd start looking at an exhaust leak, like a bad gasket where the pipes bolt to the head.

Beings it only recently started, and getting more common, yep, sounds like a bad gasket that's not getting any better on it's own.

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