Bike: 2003 YZ250R The Problem: I have recently decided to switch back to a regular clutch from the P.O.S. Rekluse Z-start Pro and i have not been able to get the regular clutch to work right. This is my first clutch i'm doing myself, and the first time I put it back together, i forgot to take off the spacer on the lifter. After fixing this spode mistake, it solved about half my problems (yes i replaced the springs a seccond time). I re-assembled the clutch properly now my lever is limp. Upon furthur inspection, it seems that a part is missing somewhere because there is too much space between the lifter and the pressure plate thus causing the lever to be limp. So... I know that there is no ball bearing at the end of the push rod, the push rod is not bent, the cable is plenty long, the lifter is the correct part, the springs are up to spec, there is the proper ammount of friction and steel plates (starting with a friction, ending with a friction), and I never went farther than the clutch boss in terms of diss-assembly. I am really trying to make the Eagle Bay trail ride on the 28th so if anyone has any ideas i'd really appreciate it. Maybe there's something i'm missing in terms of conversion or some obscure detail that i'm missing but i didnt end up with any exra parts so in all honesty i'm pretty dry in terms of ideas and i just want to ride the damn thing already!!