Re: 1999 CBr900rr EFI Conversion
Why would you want to use something that is more complicated, more likely to fail, gives worse fuel economy and will, no doubt, be a complete pain in the arse to fit and get running to a satifactory standard. Carbs are relatively simple devices that work, we all now the old axiom 'if it ain't broke'. Carbs are also better from a riding point of view, I have never ridden a fuel injected bike that has the same butter smooth transition from off to on throttle, simply by the nature in which it works this is not possibly from injection. My old Blade will do 60mpg (British gallon) if I'm relatively nice to it and easily 40-50 if I'm not, everyting I've ever owned with FI does 40, whether it's been a 600, 750, or a 1000 . Thats my two pennies worth, but who am I to stop you digging a hole if you so desire.