So, today I noticed when I max out my throttle, it just revs up and the speed does not increase. It doesn't really happen in first or second but def happens in other gears. I tried riding at 30-40km/h and putting it in max gear and accelerating hard and it really just boggs. Also when you max throttle at 3rd gear and it revs up, you can hold it there for like 3 seconds and it just keeps revving. When I slowly back off the throttle, I feel a small jolt in power pulling me backwards. Almost like letting out the clutch too fast. I think this is clutch slippage but am not completely sure. Never really noticed this because I never accelerate that hard until i decided to try today. Also I noticed that If i turn the bike off, put the bike on a small uphill in gear then hold the clutch in, let it get to like 3-4kms a hour then slowly release the clutch, it has a small clunk clunk clunk like its not smooth. When taking off it does this enough to be noticeable but not a massive clunk clunk clunk. I feel that if I apply extra throttle and let the clutch slowly slip you cant really feel it. With my clutch cable adjustment, I have the correct freeplay at the lever but no freeplay at the engine casing. Is that the issue? I watched a video mentioning about that but nothing in my manual other than the freeplay at lever. Is it time for new clutch plates? Or is there some other possible issue causing this? If it is the clutch plates, do I only replace the fibre ones or the metal ones too? Maybe the oil? I changed the oil a few weeks back to a Penrite 10W-40 which said on the back "Able to be used in 4 stroke motorcycles" "Can be used in most Japanese bikes with a wet clutch" "No friction modifiers added". So i assume the oil wouldn't be causing the problem... but not exactly sure. Thanks for taking your time to read this. Any help is appreciated. If it is the clutch, I'll prob just do them myself as It seems very straight forward.