First post here. I have a 2007 KLT. I know there have been a million threads about clutches here and elsewhere. And everyone always says “it’s the clutch,” but I just can’t make sense of this. When the engine is cold, I have no slipping what-so-ever. After about 5-10 minutes of riding, the clutch will slip in 4th or 5th gear if o accelerate hard, but it won’t in any of the lower gears. And after about 20 minutes, it will slip in any gear under moderate acceleration. I know this is a big heavy bike, and all the weight can be hard on clutches. But certainly there is some explanation for this other that “replace the clutch.” I read something about brake cleaner in the clutch housing. Everyone seems to agree that that is not a solution. But a small pool of fluid in the bottom of the housing might explain my symptoms. It collects there as the engine cools. Gets distributed more and more as the clutch is used, causing slipping? I guess I should start with drilling a weep hole, and seeing if anything come out. Just curious if anyone else has ever dealt with this. Thanks, all!