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I switched out my reservoirs recently with Rizoma units. Went through and bled the clutch system, since we saw lots of air bubbles in the hose. Everything seemed fine. Had a few rides since, and no issues.

But today, I noticed that it felt like the clutch was not fully disengaging. That issue seemed to come and go. But at one stop, even though I was completely squeezing the clutch lever, the bike still died at the stop. And then it wouldn't start again (starter didn't do anything when I pushed the button), which led me to believe again the the clutch was not fully disingaged, even with full squeeze on the levers. I pumped the lever a few times, and then I could start the bike.

Is this a simple issue of needing to bleed the clutch system again?

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I had the same issue. Just bleed it out at the nipple down on the booster and you'll be good as gold.

If the problem returns it means you have a leak, probably where you put the new reservoir on...
 
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