My clutch has been sort of hanging up the past few races. I didn't think much about it in the beginning but it was brought to my attention on a joy ride yesterday. 1) When I pull in the clutch from a 1st gear roll it does not dis-engage fully for some reason cause sometimes bike won't stop I then hit back brake and it will stall out sometimes. 2) Pushing the bike with clutch in is impossible, the back tire just slides 3) Finding neutral has gotten more difficult, helps to get it in there when I "blip" the throttle slightly. The RPM's then lower almost always. 4) I have noticed starting has gotten slightly harder, it just seems there has been more drag, cause I have the bike starting first kick normally everytime at the moment cold or hot.. I took apart my clutch and have not measured to compare the tolerances but wanted to check the notching on the clutch basket. It's slightly notched nothing deep at all but one can see where plates have contacted the basket and feel it with your fingernail a little but. The fibers and disks were hard to get out pretty stuck within the basket like a suction cup. Had to pull them out with needle nose pliers and still had a difficult time. When I pulled the clutch in the only fibers that moved were the outside two. What I'm wondering if I clean the clutch fiber/disks in some kind of other oil would that maybe help since the basket seems to be not that that bad. What is the recommended cleaning method is fibers are in spec? I have searched a lot and most people seem to have clutch basket problems and their notches in the basket are like pretty deep... I will maybe try to get some pictures or something later on. I'm thinking that the fibers were stuck to disks from the wrong kind of oil for some reason. The clutch has never slipped ever so I can throw (at the moment) worn clutch fibers out at the moment.. I have been using Rotella oil and recently changed to some cheap 10w-30 blue walmart oil. I remember it not doing this before when I used Mobil 1 25w-40. I wonder if it's due to me not using synthetic oil.