Hi guys, I own a 2001 DRZ 400E model that I converted to Supermoto. Today I was out riding and everything seemed normal. Then after about 40 miles into a ride. I noticed that in fifth gear I would pin the throttle and it felt like the clutch was being held half way in. So the bike would rev high and not go any faster until after about 3 seconds of pinning the throttle. At first I didn't think much of it. However, after another 30 miles or so. Now when I am in 2nd gear, 3rd, or any other gear. The bike does the same thing. The bike just revs high when I pin the throttle, and then gains power after about 3 seconds of pinning it. It is so bad now that the bike won't even pop a wheelie in second gear anymore. Even if I try to clutch it up. It's very disappointing. :-( I have checked my clutch cable, and I assume it is adjusted properly, only because when it is in first gear, and I pull the clutch all the way in, the bike does not try to roll or move.. Could this be a cam chain tensioner issue? Or is it time for new clutch plates? Or could it be something simple? I am really stumped here, and don't know where to begin. I really don't want to pull my clutch plates out if I don't have to... Are there any DRZ experts out there?! Please help! Here is a picture of my bike.