wow, that thing is a beast
when I see them listed on craigslist I click on the listing to see what the deal is
Im not sure if Ive ever seen one with more than 10k miles on it - I imagine most people who buy them are scared to death to ride it, and do not ride it very often.
you have been here long enough to know the situation with the fuel and carbs after sitting for over 3 years.
Flushing the clutch is easy, like flushing the brake lines, drain the reservoir with a turkey baster, fill it with fresh dot 4, then keep pumping it thru like you are bleeding brakes till its running clear coming out the other end. Only difference is it does not pump up like brakes, you squeeze the clutch lever, open the bleeder valve, watch the fluid coming out while you hold the lever in, and try to close the bleeder valve right before it stops. The clutch spring is moving and pushing the fluid out, instead of having the brake build up resistance then pulling in. Its the same process.
Just be careful to keep the reservoir from sucking air, because you might not be able to prime it again without taking the master cylinder apart.
That bike is insane fast. Let us know what your insurance goes up to.