I know it may sound like a stupid question so read my whole question before trying to be a smart ass. Over the winter I traded my raptor 700 for a 2006 YZ450. When I got it, it worked fine. I changed the cable and put a asv perch on it, I noticed I had a bunch of slack so I called up and they sent me a few extenders. I put the extenders on and adjusted it so it works fine now. Here's the tricky part I go to start it up for the season and so I can get it inspected for the street plate. I fire it up, pull the clutch in, drop the shifter to 1st and it dies. I took it apart, looked at the plates and everything is fine, check the arm to make sure it pushes the pressure plate out and it does. I put it back together and still not disengaging. I get the bike started and push it down the hill to get it going, that freed it up and it seams to work normal. I go to check it today and it wasn't disengaging again but now I noticed if I get the Rpms up a little higher when I have the clutch pulled fully disengages. When I have the Rpms at a normal level on a flat ground with the clutch in it wants to pull the bike but still let's it run, when I bring the Rpms up a little higher, almost like when you have the choke on and it revs up. Around that level of rpm the bike doesn't want to pull forward on level ground so I know it's fully disengaged but then when the Rpms are up that high, I can't get it in neutral. So after reading my story what do you think? Am I doing something wrong? Is there something wrong with the clutch? The steal and friction plate look good, the pressure plate and basket look fine.