It depends on what quad you are riding. If you are riding a honda(2005 and under) you must first hold the clutch and then kick start it. After that first gear is down and the rest are up. Remember you must hold the clutch when switching gears. Same goes for other quads except the part where you kick start it but you must still hold the clutch kick start
It depends on the gearing of the motor and the # of gears in the gearbox
You hit the gas clutch on the lower left side. Then you switch gears to 2, after that you would kick-start it up and then you fling yourself down a hill and go flying. YOUR WELCOME.
making it practice
No. The gears are integrated within the engine so the gears share the engine oil.
My 94 Pontiac grand am se quad 4 the clutch is real loose and 1st gear is slipping
You have to pull it out.
10w40 motorcycle oil, because of the wet clutch.
about 350 pounds