I've had many issues over the years with bikes, but this one is new to me and I'm a bit unclear on what it may be, so I'm coming for ideas. Had a Rekluse auto-clutch installed on my 2010 8GS, and in 6th gear on the highway doing around 120kms/h, I felt the rear tire slipping for a second, but nothing I found funky as the floor was wet. When I had to downshift, I noticed it wasn't happening while riding. I stopped and I could shift through the entire range of gears, and I could ride away on all of them, but once I was rolling, shifting was impossible. I choose a gear and as carefully as I could and did the 5-minute drive from where I was to my house where I parked the bike to open the clutch cover. As my Rekluse was geriatric at that point and showing clear signs of wear, I decided to order some new parts. Got another Rekluse clutch, but fully manual this time around. Had hopes it would solve the problem... it didn't. Sooooooooooooooo, bullet points at this time: - Visually the clutch basket and all other parts from the left side of the engine look and feel brand new - If stoped, regardless of the bike running or not, I can run through all gears, and I can even find neutral with ease - The clutch pack is brand new - I can adjust free play, as I have clutch feedback at the clutch lever - On the center stand, when I pass from neutral to a gear, the wheel gets traction, but when pushing the throttle, no change in the wheel speed - Off the center stand and ready to ride, when I put on first gear and release the clutch, the bike has no movement or shows will to lunge forward and stall, almost mimicking the Auto-Clutch feel. When I pull the throttle, again nothing happens. - There are no strange sounds coming from the engine, nor since the moment when the problems started - As far as throttle goes, I can run the engine over the revs with ease I am at a total loss for ideas, and I'm not keen on opening the engine just to see what may or may not be happening, as overall, it does feel like a minor/easy solution, but which one... Anyone with ideas or a similar experience?