Which one should I choose on my next bike? What are the pros and cons of each? You don't see many cages with Carbs any more. Is that the way of the Cycles in the future?
FXDeanX, to me the simpler method is the fuel injection. No floats, no springs, no choke. The last car I had with a Carb was a 1970 mustang. My last bike was a 1980 Honda CB750. Between the two I'll take the Honda, but now the only thing I own with a carb is my lawnmower, and that things a piece of junk. I understand your point that; if you've spent your whole adult life rebuilding carbaretors and you know 'em inside and out why deal with something new. Fact is though, as long as you keep clean gas in your injected engine, you've done all that is necessary, period. Wanna change the settings? It's done with electronics not screwdrivers. And for as long as you own the bike when you want to ride just turn the key, and kick the stand and you're off.- I-M-Humble-O anyway. Maybe I'm just lazy, 'cause I never did get that damn mustang carb right.FXDeanX said: