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Blown clutch?

Supppp guys? SO I'm totally going through the clutch up wheelie phase after being super cool and mastering the power wheelie. So being the total boss that I think I am I have been doing wheelies EVERYWHERE today now that I figured out how to pop that b**** up. Now comes the good part. Going over the Charles River bridge I pop it up and about half way up it cut power and dropped. Give it full throttle in any gear and its not what it should be, the power isn't there. If you hold the clutch in and rev it will rev fine to redline. I'm guessing this is pretty obvious that it's a smoked clutch right? Another note to add was not once could I pop the bike up in second gear, granted I'm new to wheelies it wouldn't even come up popping it in the powerband. After this is confirmed I guess I'll be doing my first clutch job =)
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forget I asked....later.
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