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Semi Auto you just shift with your Foot....1-2-3-4-5 Up....

Regular Clutch you shift the Same but have to Actuate the Clutch Manually with your hand on the left side handle bar.....

Now my wife has a Full Auto Quad......Gas and GO GO GO get them Sea Shells!!!! LMAO!!!!

Hope that helps.....

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