Clutch my Honda Rebel 250 is slipping. If I install a new clutch kit come on will that fix the problem?

I'm trying to get an understanding about the transmission system on the motorcycle. Are there any other portions of a transmission that could go out that would affect the motorcycle clutch slipping? I understand that how you adjust the clutch cable can play a part in whether or not its lips. But my question is,

I'm trying to get an understanding about the transmission system on the motorcycle. Are there any other portions of a transmission that could go out that would affect the motorcycle clutch slipping? I understand that how you adjust the clutch cable can play a part in whether or not its lips. But my question is, if the clutch cable is adjusted properly and I change the entire clutch assembly like the one pictured, will that cover every area of the transmission or is there another part that could be damaged causing slippage?

Other answer:

MinBee:
The ONLY thing that could cause the clutch to slip is the clutch. There is nothing else in the transmission that would cause that.
DR + Mrs Bears face:
Hi so is this a dry clutch or a wet clutch. as the wet one can be messed up by using a MOLYslip oil in it.
yes the MOLY SLIP oils are not meant to be used in a wet clutch it has the opposite effect of what a clutch should do. add to this the springs maybe what really needs to be replaced besides the clutch plates. as it is likely they have lost the tension in them.
thebax2006:
The clutch is the only thing that can slip. Gears don't slip.
Bill:
The clutch is the only part that can slip in a vehicle with manual transmission, unless it has a belt drive instead of a chain or shaft.