I just received all the parts I ordered for my 01 YZ426 clutch replacement. 6 springs, 8 regular friction plates, one 'special' friction plate, 8 steel clutch plates, new circlip, and new lock washer. When I bought my bike, the cable adjusters were all the way out, both at the lever and actuator arm. Thinking the cable was stretched, I replaced it and the adjusters are at the exact same place as before. When I have the clutch disengaged and rev the bike, it jerks forward as if the clutch is not disengaging completely. Does this sound like worn or warped plates? I guess I'll find out Friday night. My other question is regarding the break-in. I have the service manual, and if I'm not mistaken it says to put oil on the friction plates before installing them. Is it best to just soak them in oil, and if so how long? Once everything is back together, are there any precautions I should take with the new clutch to break it in (go easy with it for a specific time, use a different oil for break-in, replace oil more frequently at first, etc.)?