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i don't get it. I have a carbed bike, it runs great, different temps, different pressures, sure it doesn't make the horsepower of a FI bike, but that shouldn't be the concern of a new rider. Carbs are generally smoother to roll on the throttle then fuel injected. If you don't believe me, look at the new FZ1 it's a perfect example, the 1st gen fz1, was buttery smooth, the second, people complain that when you first open the throttle it jerks, the same thing with triumphs, it has to do with the way FI works at opening throttle bodies, they are not as modular as carbs, no past that very small open, FI works great. so why does everybody think FI is the only way to go? carbed bikes are not bad.