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Old 11-02-2009, 12:21 PM   #1
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carb'd vs Fuel injected

well Ive gotten alot better on the 50 and wanna start tryin some stuff on the big bike.

I dont wanna trash my RR up any so Ive been stunt bike shopping.


My question is which would be better a f3 or f4i?

What are the pros and cons of a carb'd bike compared to a FI? will there be any limitations or anything I should know about?
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Old 11-02-2009, 12:31 PM   #2
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I aint no stunter, but I would think you'd want F.I.
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Old 11-02-2009, 12:44 PM   #3
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Get a Kawasaki!!!!
F4i will be the better bike fuel injection is the way to go.. Carb's just give you a lot of problems.
I stunt a 636 and love it!
Look on Craigslist saw a 636 for $2200 obo..
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Old 11-02-2009, 01:16 PM   #4
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a carbed bike is completely gravity fed.

think about that when your bike isnt at the engineered position but a bit more towards 12 o'clock.
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ill sell my fully set up f4i for 2300 dollars. its street legal
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a carbed bike is completely gravity fed.

think about that when your bike isnt at the engineered position but a bit more towards 12 o'clock.
all day on stok sproket
carb'd vs Fuel injected
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ill sell my fully set up f4i for 2300 dollars. its street legal
i cant quite afford that much right now. unless youd be willing to work with me.

But I'll keep it in mind for sure.
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i cant quite afford that much right now. unless youd be willing to work with me.

But I'll keep it in mind for sure.
what are you talking about? pm me your offer and we will work from there.
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I stand corrected. I hang around the wrong stunters w bad info
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I stand corrected. I hang around the wrong stunters w bad info
me and garret ride f3 s their good bikes,after you learn idle and start coasting you have to keep them going revin real lightly,its hard to explaine.
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Get a Kawasaki!!!!
F4i will be the better bike fuel injection is the way to go.. Carb's just give you a lot of problems.I stunt a 636 and love it!
Look on Craigslist saw a 636 for $2200 obo..
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