Given you've replaced the master cylinder, and the slave cylinder, and the fluid........
I'd suggest replacing the hose
(and a Goodridge braided hose will be cheaper than more cylinder replacements)
if the clutch is slipping during acceleration, I'd suggest checking/replacing the clutch friction plates,
and roughening up the steel plates (if theyre glazed up?) and also checking the clutch springs
are correct/within wear limits.
In fact, if it's bloody HOT in Singapore, which I'm guessing it can be,
it'd be worth asking the Australian ADV boys if they ever experience
the clutch equivalent of brake fade (due to heat) and whether they
use uprated springs?
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