OKAY, I have been having problems with slippage, for several weeks now, progressively getting worse. Bike: 2012 Ultra, 15K, nothing too special, 103, with stage 1. After repeatedly adjusting and being fine for about a hour, it begins to slip at 3200 and up, only when trying to pass, or getting on the throttle hard. I have seen several other people here having the same issues. After looking into this further and talking to several other guys, this is what I found. This applies to the newer models including all touring models. It is NOT the clutch being out of adjustment or the cable, or the clutch spring. What I found is that there is a bearing in the tranny that cannot take the forces exerted on it during hard acceleration. It apparently can handle the front to back force, but cannot handle the side to side forces. When it has serious side pull exerted on the bearing it flexes just enough to inadvertently engage the clutch, causing it to slip. The normal person will assume this is an adjustment issue or a clutch problem and get very frustrated, like me! After talking with my local dealer he had explained to me that he has had "many" guys complaining of the same issue. Harley has manufactured a replacement bearing to correct the problem. in order to fix it take your bike to the dealer explain the issue as I did. All the parts have been ordered and when they come in I will get a call to take it in. Because it is a "manufacturing defect" the repairs will be no cost. Since this seems to be isolated to 2011 and newer most people will still have warranty and it will cover the needed repairs, even if the warranty it out. I have talked to a couple of people that have had the bearing replaced and since then have had ZERO issues. I am not big on Dealer service shops, but the one I went to, and after talking with other people that have had the same problem this seems to be the fix. Of course it won't be advertised, because just the parts alone are in excess of 450.00 then a whole day or so of labor, your looking at over 1000.00 in repairs Harley has to eat. I hope this info helps anyone having the same problems. If you go to the dealer and they act stupid, go to a different one. The Service Manager that I spoke with was VERY forthcoming regarding the problem and said Harley is aware and that ALL the DEALERS SHOPS are too. Don't let them black ball you into thinking it's a "wear item" and you have to pay for it. It's a HARLEY problem and they WILL fix it. At least the Dealer I went to seemed up front and honest about it, and more than willing to help. When I have the repairs completed I will update the post to let everyone know how it went. Hope this information helps...