Background info on the bike: It's an 04 XR400 that I bought from the original owner. He purchased, while in Cali, as a leftover in 05 and rode it for a year while he was stationed there in the military. Fast forward to 2011 and he's moved many times since then and rode it less and less each time he was moved. The bike has very low hours and even has the original tires/chain/sprockets on it. All of which are in very good condition. To make a long story short, it has done A LOT of setting in the past 5-6 years. The Problem: I thought I had a warped steel disc on my oem clutch, as it would drag more than normal and would want to creep a little in gear when standing still, with the clutch lever in. It felt like it wouldn't totally disengage and shifiting became harder as the bike warmed up. The first few minutes the bike is cold, everything seems fine. I pulled the clutch out to inspect it before I blindly go ordering parts and everything looks fine with the exception of it being more dry than I think it should be. The first couple fibers/discs on the inside and outside of the stack had some oil on them, but the ones in the middle of the sandwich were pretty dry. I would even go as far as saying the little oil that was on them seemed a little "sticky" or "gummy." There was very little discoloration on the fibers with the ones in the middle showing just a little blueing from heat if you held them at an angle to a light. The steel discs all look pretty much new, with very little (if any) wear. I also checked the basket and it is not grooved at all. I have had the fibers soaking in oil for a couple days and am getting ready to put them back in. I guess my question is; is it possible that the clutch pack dried out from so much setting that the inside dics and fibers weren't getting oiled because they were sort of stuck together from the "gummy" oil that was on them? I have quite a bit of experience with bikes and working on them, but I've never really encountered a clutch situation like this and was curious what others thought.