The Honda Pioneer owners club members believe that driver error can cause clutch issues. Even recreational riders who hit hills, mud, sand bars, and highways may require clutch work on their machine. When additional components such as tracks and monster tires are added to a Honda Pioneer, clutch adjustments are necessary to account for the added torque requirements. If the clutch slips, it could be due to driver error, component damage, or insufficient clutching mechanisms. Everything Honda Offroad offers replacement clutch packs and other clutch-related parts to make your clutch work like new. The clutch solenoid can also cause the clutch to slip when it drops below 12v, so be sure to use low range when necessary and not overload the machine with additional components. Regular oil changes and using the appropriate oil will help prolong the life of your Honda Pioneer clutch.