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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 12-24-2009, 10:55 PM Thread Starter
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Anyone know anyone who is running a megasquirt, or motec, or similar stand alone EFI on a sport bike?
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Yes, it has been done, megasquirt on a Katana!

Credit goes to TheSteve @ KatRiders!

The definitive Katana EFI swap thread - KatRiders.com

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Very cool. Im surprised he didnt use a microsquirt though.
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Very cool. Im surprised he didnt use a microsquirt though.
It's a Katana, no need to keep things that much smaller. Remove the airbox and you have space for 2 extra batteries... maybe 3.

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It's a Katana, no need to keep things that much smaller. Remove the airbox and you have space for 2 extra batteries... maybe 3.
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