Clutch on, clutch off, clutch on, clutch off. It slips, then after adjustment it grinds, won't dissengage and also slips to boot ha ha. Need to find a Triumph clutch as this 6 spring one is pants. Anyway a great tip is to use the clutch lever (handlebar) with a larger pivot, so after swaping the front brake lever over and with the new upside down larger leverage lever the clutch has much more lift.
A word of advice, If You have an inkling that the bike might be running in a "lean" state, sort it out! The jets are all sitting in the shed ready to tackle the carburation but it's too late. Maybe a hone and new rings will be ok but I doubt it. Re bore and piston probably. It's My fault! I ciesed the engine at speed boo hoo.