Make sure the clutch is adjusted cold. Check for a 0.5 to 1.5mm free play at the clutch lever. These bikes seem to be really touchy on the clutch adjustment. Really you do NOT want tooo much free play or it will not disengage the clutch, on the other hand you want a small amount or the clutch will slip under a load without any free play. You should also check it with the bike COLD. These things warm up and expand alot with all the aluminum. So that all being said I live in the desert, the bike gets really hot, when it gets HOT the clutch seems to want to drag or not disengage, so the least free play in the clutch the better on my bike, others may differ. Also my bike with 53,000+ miles still is running the stock clutch. Other note: my bike I have already changed the stock clutch cable to a Barnett brand cable, much easier to use, and much smoother. Also every 2500 miles grease the clutch cable ends, it will last longer.
Buckeye, Arizona(USA) 2011 Victory Cross Roads, Black police bag guards, black engine guards, black handle bars, Triumph Tiger mirrors, Triumph hand grips, set speedo/tach back 5" , adjustable timing wheel, Lloyzz Fuel Programmer III & air filter. Modified exhaust, made stock into 2 into 1. MRA windshield, Rotated front fender forward,relocated ignition switch, Bad Ace Fuel Tank Risers, Fat front tire.