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I have a clutchmasters fx400 and the car was fine until one day a while ago the clutch started slipping. Mainly while going up hills and on the highway. Starting tearing it apart a few years ago to put a new clutch in, got in a bike wreck and quit working on it for a while. I finally got it all put back together with the intention to sell it for whatever I could get for it. But the other day I decided to take it for a drive and it has me puzzled. You can put it any gear, then let the clutch out, and nothing happens. It’s doesn’t stall, lurch forward, nothing. To back it out of my garage I have to rev it to probably around 4K rpms before it starts to move. I can drive it but to start out in first or second gear, it’s the same way. I have to rev it to the moon. After I start driving, it seems fine. I punched it in 3rd (car makes roughly 400whp on the low boost tune I was on) and it hooks up and throws me back in the seat. Plenty of feeling in the clutch pedal, no visible fluid leaks. Any idea of what this could be before I start tearing it apart again? Its a 2013 with 23,500 miles on it.