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Possible problem with clutches

When my bike is in gear, no matter what gear im in if i raise the RPM's the bike moves but it is not taking off. The hotter the temperature the worse it gets. What could be the problem?

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Replace clutch and friction plates also could be you need to adjust your clutch cable your clutch is not engaging all the way but if it gets worse as the bike warms up then most likely it is time for a new clutch

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Replace the clutch plates and friction plates

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