I was in the same boat last summer, one RLP course and a few trips to the mountains pulling a trailer my clutch started slipping in the mid rpm range, it would take off fine but would slip when riding down the road and gas it hard.
Scott at Conquest Customs in Boca did my clutch , replaced it with a Barnett clutch and pressure plate, while there I also had him change out the clutch cable also from Barnett. All is good and and I dont think I'll be doing any RLAP courses any more, Scott had told me for every hour spent on the course its like 10,000 mile of clutch wear , not sure if its true or not but when I did the course my bike was fairly new ( about 2200 miles ) and it was hot, hot enough to cause a vapor lock between drills. I have to admit the RLAP course is fun and a good thing to learn, but the cost of a new clutch is not worth it.
When he took my clutch apart the plates in the center of the pack where glazed over and had signs of being hot, the crevices in the clutch disc where filled in with what looked like burnt oil. I think mine was done at 28,000 miles, I had been using only the Vic oil but now with Scotts recommendation I use Lucas semi synthetic.
2012 Cross Country Tour
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Michelin Primacy Alpin PA3 ZP 195/55/16