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How do I convert my motorcycle to fuel injection?
Last Updated: 7th April, 2021
- Remove the rider's seat.
- Disconnect the throttle linkages and the fuel lines at the carburetors.
- Locate the ignition circuit wire connector in the main wiring harness of the motorcycle.
- Refer to instructions in the EFI kit.
- Install the intake air sensors and throttle position sensors onto the new EFI throttle bodies.
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People also ask, how much does it cost to convert to fuel injection?
A single throttle body EFI conversion kit, by comparison, will set you back $2,000 to $2,500, and a port EFI kit can cost upwards of $3,000 or more depending on the capabilities of the kit and what type of injectors, fuel pump and electronic controls are included.
how does fuel injection work on a motorcycle? Automotive fuel injection in general measures the airflow going into an engine and then supplies the fuel that mass of air flowing every second requires. Motorcycle fuel injection, however, uses what is called an "N Alpha" system, which is mapped injection.
Also Know, can you change from carburetor to fuel injection?
A fuel injection conversion replaces a carburetor with a fuel injection system. Older cars have carburetors, but electronic fuel injection (EFI) offers greater fuel efficiency and improved performance. One of the most difficult parts of the DIY fuel injection conversion is tuning the chip that runs the EFI.
What is better carburetor or fuel injection motorcycle?
Carburetors may put out a little more pollution through the tailpipe than fuel injection, but the bigger difference is when the bike isn't running. Carburetors have a bowl in which fuel sits, and that fuel evaporates. They just cannot be adjusted as quickly as a fuel-injection system, because they are mechanical.