The grand total now is 4 primary clutches and one secondary clutch and 14 belts in 380 miles. And get this, I went into the shop last week to check on my sled. They told me I needed to call the local Arctic Cat warranty guy in charge of all warranty claims throughout Alaska. This guy told me he was no longer going to warranty my sled. After a half hour yelling match, I think he finally saw things my way. This is inconceviable that they would even try something as low as this on a sled I have owned for 4 months. I tried to tell the guy that my sled was a lemon and he was trying to tell me it wasn't, that HE has to classify it as a lemon. I have had it with Arctic Cat. This is my first and last Cat I will ever buy. The warranty guy even had the nerve to tell me it was my fault that the sled was burning down clutches. Don't get me wrong I like the sled when it is running. Which in my case in only about 10% of the time and it seemes to me that, although the shop has been really helpful, no one actually know whats wrong with it and they are just throwing parts at it. The first gearing change was to a 1.9 ratio. It burnt a clutch up that weekend. Now it is at a 2.1 ratio. They have changed the weights and went to a white gold spring in hopes that all this would solve the problem of burning clutches. I have not paid for any of these aftermarket parts that they have put on. I can't tell you how helpful my dealer has been in trying to fix my sled in a very timely manner. The mechanics at the shop have never seen a sled take so many clutches in such a short period of time.