Dieseldave is correct about I should of said CLUTCH line, I corrected it. Having to replace the clutch fluid is not a problem with the bike, it's just part of normal maintenance. Try bleeding the clutch line as stated in the manual and see if it helps. If it does not help, then change the fluid, if this doesn't resolve the problem then you may have other issues. Here is a reply from another forum to my issue:
"Moisture in the system can cause the air but heat can also be a problem. If the slave cylinder the one at the engine got hot enough to boil the fluid in the clutch system there may have been a clutch event that caused the problem. If the clutch has a problem it needs to be serviced. I just mention these things so you know. It is most likely moisture in the fluid causing the problem and a simple change of the fluid will fix the situation for a long time. Brake fluid attracts moisture and needs to be changed every couple of seasons. Most people never change the fluid unless there is a problem. The clutch and brake both use "DOT 4" brake fluid."
Last edited by Star1853; 06-16-2011 at 07:24 AM.