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I have a carb, and the thing is that you let exactly that much fuel in as wide as you open it. So if you for example hit the gas to hard instead of accelerating, you go "bwob bwob" and you just get slower and slower and if you dont clutch you're bike goes off. Now that would not happen with a injection.
There are many small differences but this example if what I notice the most and what goes on my nerves.
Oh, but a carb is far easyer to adjust and change the intakes etc.

Sometimes I hope I had a fuel injection :(
 

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f2benny said:
That happens b/c you have a 50cc machine that makes about 3 hp at 15K rpm. It has nothing to do with fi.
shure a biger maschine would not go off when doing that, but you would still loose power with the "bwop bwop fx" :)D) its simple the problem with carbs as u let in as much as u open and if you don't have a boost botle it suxxx.
Its much more challengin getting 100% top speed and acceleration of a bike with a carburator than with a fuel injection.

PS: I do about 14hp at 10k rpm :twofinger
 
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