My 2012 Honda cbf 125 was slipping in all gears, couldn't even pull away in 1st gear so they needed replacing. I bought a set of new plates from Honda, also bought the new clutch cover gasket, new oil and the castleated socket needed to remove the oil spinner. So the whole job took maybe 40 minutes to do, all back together, started the bike and left it to warm a bit in the new oil then tried the clutch and it would not disengage, so I played with the cable tension a bit, still no joy, the clutch just would not disengage at all and that is how it is still. So my question is, what could be causing this? My understanding is that the Honda cbf 125 has no clutch actuator rod only the bearing and none of the plates are meant to be offset and as far as I'm aware it all went back together just the same as it came off so I'm stumped why it won't disengage the clutch, at all!
Any help on that one?