Okay, so you did put it together slightly misaligned, and have it sorted now. Well done.
One last, quick check to make. On the other side of the bike, take the oil filler cap off. Take a flashlight and look into the hole. You should see the outer rim of the clutch plates and the fingers of the clutch basket that hold them into place. Make sure all the plates, particularly the outermost one, are correctly in place. (*)
Cases like this, where people put the clutch slave cylinder into place under hydraulic pressure, it sometimes happens that the outermost plate is pushed all the way out and sits on top of the fingers of the clutch basket instead of between them.
In your case, with everything working as normal, it's most likely not the case. But it's a ten-second check, so why not?
(*) It's hard to describe in words what is correct. A picture is a lot better but I don't have any to hand. So anyway: The clutch plates have tabs at the outside. The clutch basket has "fingers" around it. Between the fingers are alternating long gaps and short gaps. All of the clutch plates, except the last (outermost) plate, sit with their tabs in the long gaps. Only the outermost plate should have its tabs in the short gap. All this is easily visible through the oil filler hole. In fact, if the outermost plate happens to have shifted and now sits on top of the clutch basket fingers, you can move it in place with a screwdriver through the oil filler hole. No need to pull the clutch cover for that.
Last edited by BackPacker; 02-26-2018 at 04:40 AM.