I noticed recently the clutch grab point on my Gen 5 VFR 800 getting further out to the point where it was difficult to take off. I changed the fluid, which was quite bad, but it didn't fix the issue and on a recent tour the clutch started slipping while riding. So I figured I would need to change the seals in the master cylinder and slave, and for good measure, I also bought new clutch plates and springs. So stripped, cleaned and installed new seals in the master and slave cylinder but it didn't solve the problem. Next, changed out the clutch plates, which looked fine but swapped them out anyway. Replaced the springs and there was quite a difference in length between the old and new so I thought that had to be it. Put everything back together and went for a ride. Initially its was ok, not as good as I expected but after 20 or so minutes it started slipping worse than before I did all the work. When I accelerated to 5k rpm it would then just rev out as if I had the clutch in. Super pissed off and its now doing my head in. I reckon its something to do with the the master or slave cylinders. It nearly took me a full 500ml bottle of fluid to get the air bubbles out and even then I had to pump the lever a couple of times for it to come up solid. Any ideas, tips, tricks, anything that points me in a direction, would be hugely appreciated.