The clutch has been slipping. So I tried a trick. And armed with a toolbox and a couple of Micheladas, I went at taking off the clutch cover yesterday. It only slips when she's hot. My theory is that the springs are a little soft. So, we threw in a washer under each spring. That ought to tighten it up a little. I'm on may way out to try her out as soon as the rain stops. I'll let you know how it goes.
Two tips: 1) If you tip the bike over, you don't have to drain the oil. 2) I jammed a 1 peso coin into the gears when loosening and tightening the clutch spring bolts to keep her from turning over.
Not for Pussies!