Troy do you mean jumping out of gear? or actual clutch slip? do you have a Cable clutch lever or hydraulic? could be a stiff corroded cable inner not letting the clutch disengage correctly, same principle with hydraulic 'blockage' not letting fluid drain back after engaging clutch, have you changed the oil lately? sometimes incorrect oil can add to slippage?, or been doing any thing like trying to do burn outs and have cooked the clutch plates/inner springs? all these factors have caused clutch slippage on some Vics over the years. check these issues out, if its still in warranty ask the dealer.
Hey Tony when changing gear bike seems to only parcially go in as when you throttle up again it just revs and goes nowhere. Bike was brought from an importer and only done 500mls at the time of purchase, after several issues with bike have subsequently found bike has either been crashed or dropped heaverly. Just wondering now if their is something more sinister going on which perhaps relates to the mishap. Abit of a piss off as I thought I was buying a new bike.
Tony thanks for the feedback will do some research,
troy check when the lever on the gear box moves in comparison to the the lever on the handle bars, you should be able to pull the lever about 2 to 3mm before movement at the gear box end of the cable. if no free play you can adjust the cable to give the correct free play.