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Yeah.........throwing parts at the bike can be costly. Id check the fluid level at the lever then maybe pull the slave cylnder and see if its leaking on the trans side. You could have a internal leak where fluid will pass around the piston instead of applying proper pressure.

I suppose you could arrange a banjo fitting at the end of the clutch line to seal it, bleed it and see how the lever acts. If it stays firm when applied you eliminated 50% of the circuit.
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