Picked up my new '12 450 last night and headed to some local single track. It was running great, everything seemed good. I rode a new trail that has a pretty long, steep, techy climb where I was feathering the clutch the whole way up it. When I finally topped out the clutch was slipping pretty bad. I turned the bike off and coasted downhill to let it cool down, it was off for probably 5 minutes. When I went to get started again, I would put the bike in gear and nothing would happen in any gear. After messing with the clutch cable and bringing it all the way in I could get it to engage right at the very end of the lever stroke, enough to creep back to the truck. When I got back to the truck I saw that the barrel adjuster on the cable itself was dialed pretty far out. I brought this all the way back in and I now have a clutch that engages like it should, about half way out on the lever. My concern is that there is no free play in the clutch cable with the perch adjuster dialed all the way in and the adjuster on the cable dialed all the way in as well. The manual says 7-12mm and I don't have that. Is the cable too short? Did the dealer set the bike up with the clutch cable way too tight and now I've burned through enough of the clutch plates that it's engaging much further out than it should and taking up more cable?