Was the slave cylinder new when you installed it?
did you replace the throwout bearing with a new one?
New parts: clutch disc, pressure plate, throwout bearing, pilot bushing, clutch fork pivot, hydraulic line to slave cylinder, slave cylinder and master cylinder, DOT4 brake fluid.
There must be air in the system somewhere.
That is what I was thinking, aside from motorcycles, this is the first hydraulic clutch that I have dealt with, so obviously I am missing something somewhere in the whole air removal process. Oh well, will try again this evening.
Thanks for the responses, and keep them coming if you have any tips or suggestions.