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Why does my clutch slip on my 1986 suzuki gsxr when i engage and disengage it.?

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Old 12-17-2008   #1
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Default Why does my clutch slip on my 1986 suzuki gsxr when i engage and disengage it.?

if i operate the clutch a couple of times it will start slipping, unless i crack the bleeder on the master cylinder.the clutch works good, until it is engaged and disengaged a couple of time and then it will start slipping if u get on the throttle. if i crack the bleeder on the clutch master cylinder it will work fine again for a while, almost as if the clutch does not fully engage all of the time.
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I have the same problem with my 1986 Suzuki Gsxr750, But I can't bleed mine any because when I bought the bike witch was like a week ago, The clutch master cylinder screws were sripped and I can't get them out, I was wondering if anyone know any other clutch master cylinder that I can use on my 1986 Gsxr750, Like can you use a 1990 Gsxr750 clutch master cylinder on a 1986 Gsxr750 or does anyone know of any different clutch master cylinder I can't use, Because this is the only thing I need to have to be back on the streets riding,please someone help me out, Thanks
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Also have you tryed to rebluid the master cylinder on your bike yet?
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