Oi!! spanner heads!! Have a look 'ere eh? http://i133.photobucket.com/albums/q76/timfj1100/frictionandpressure.jpg Anyway, the FJ clutch has started slipping on me. It always has slipped a bit, when I try to start a burnout in 2nd gear on the tarmack, and pretty much any gear at 8K RPM will let it slip, but now, after it warms up a bit, it slips with even the tinyest bit of throttle. Now, it feels like the clutch isn't returning properly, like something's binding, So I flushed the clutch hydrolic lines, dismantled and cleaned up the slave cylinder (there was some corrosion and crap in the bore), checked out the master piston (it was very smooth) checked all the rubber hoses and changed the oil, nothing seemed to help. Now I pulled the clutch apart to have a look, but the friction plates look like they have life left in em, and I don;tthink the clutch plates wear do they? Do they look Ok in that pic? that is the worst clutch plate. My only other thoughts are the spring? I'll get a heavier replacement from the bike shop next week, but I really wanted to go on the maq. pass/RNP run tomorrow! Can anyone help at thelast minute? TIA, Tim!