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    Question What Are My Options For a 200-300cc Semi-Automatic Dirt Bike

    I was wondering what 200-300cc bikes have a semi-automatic tranny. Not for me, my dad was wondering but I couldn't find any name brand ones besides the Honda Fatcat,
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    Quote Originally Posted by zdiver1 View Post
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    Are you sure there aren't any semi-auto bikes out there?
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    Not that I can think of for off-road I am thinking about getting another Quad 4x4 with winch can go more places then a jeep.
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    Quote Originally Posted by zdiver1 View Post
    Not that I can think of for off-road I am thinking about getting another Quad 4x4 with winch can go more places then a jeep.
    Then I guess he's gonna have to get a manual
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    I had bad experiences with a clutch in a truck but I sucked it up and learned the clutch on my TW which is much more forgiving. It's a wet clutch so it's much smoother and more durable.

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    If he's not averse to electric, he could get a Zero. The FX is roughly equivalent to a 300 [but with more torque], and the DS is similar to a 450-500; both are clutchless as they only have a single speed gearbox.

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    Quote Originally Posted by methamphetasaur View Post
    If he's not averse to electric, he could get a Zero. The FX is roughly equivalent to a 300 [but with more torque], and the DS is similar to a 450-500; both are clutchless as they only have a single speed gearbox.

    Zero FX Electric Motorcycle || ZERO MOTORCYCLES

    Zero DS Electric Motorcycle || ZERO MOTORCYCLES
    He likes older bikes so I guess he gonna have to get a regular dirt bike.
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    You can convert a TW200 to semi auto by swapping out the clutch for a "recluse" just like is popular
    with some of them orange bikes. Thread around here somewhere. Something I'll do when the arthritis
    takes the left hand if not afore.
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