Re: Clutch Issues
The hydraulic lines can be a pain to bleed sometimes.
I just use a high tensile bolt and cut it to length, then round the ends like xdclevo mentioned. You'll probably only need one about 5mm longer. If required make another one +5mm. Make sure that the clutch releases though, you don't want excessive pressure on the fork (with clutch released) causing the throwout bearing to constantly engage the clutch diaphragm.
You mentioned "cylinder" has been reco'd.......was that the master and slave?
393 Tremec TKO 9"