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You did not reveal the year model, but I will presume it's about a 2006 - if you installed a new centrifugal clutch, we will assume it is locking up at about 2000 RPM and the slippage is in the manual clutch. Although you said you installed a new manual clutch as well, how much of the manual clutch did you install? Just the fiber plates, fiber and steel and did you replace the pressure plate springs?
 

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Then the problem has to be physical - incorrect assembly or incorrect adjustment or faulty parts

Try this - the shift lever operates the manual clutch - when you are running along in gear, how hard do have press or pull on the shift lever to release the clutch? If a light pressure will release the clutch, the it is not adjusted correctly.
 
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