In my personal opinion, changing clutch plates may not solve the problem. Using a very thick oil may solve the problem or delay it but its not a solution because using extra thick oil makes engine parts hard to move due to high density of oil which is also not good for engine that is designed for a particular grade of oil thickness.
As everyone knows, CG is very old engine technology, 1970s i guess. Atlas Honda could solve this issue by changing the design of gear/clutch housing, but this will be expensive to them because it requires a whole new manufacturing capabilities and hard work, and as everyone know they are selling these original CG design very nicely, why would they bother to take this step.
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