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When do you think Kawasaki will release the Teryx with fuel injection?




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I think the dealer said somewhere around November.
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I will be interested to see what it would take to convert a standard carburated motor to the new EFI when it is released.




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Why don't you just order the sending unit, computer, and intake for a Brute force and install it on your teryx?

Should be an easy fix.
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Why don't you just order the sending unit, computer, and intake for a Brute force and install it on your teryx?

Should be an easy fix.
You would think so, however, I have heard this is easier said than done




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What I don't understand is all the hullaboo about Fuel injection from the factory when to make it work with mods, you have to add a controller box to adjust for mods.

Until the factory does REAL fuel injection with O2 sensors in the exhaust that will adjust for changes in real time, I'm just as happy with having a carb setup. Having said that, I really want the Air/Fuel Ratio Gauge setup to make jetting a lot simpler.
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the latest i have heard is 2010 but i dont know.
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What I don't understand is all the hullaboo about Fuel injection from the factory when to make it work with mods, you have to add a controller box to adjust for mods.

Until the factory does REAL fuel injection with O2 sensors in the exhaust that will adjust for changes in real time, I'm just as happy with having a carb setup. Having said that, I really want the Air/Fuel Ratio Gauge setup to make jetting a lot simpler.
I don't know much about FI but from what I have been reading I feel the same way.

Is the control box that you would have to buy the same one that you can adjust timing curve too or do you need to have 2 seperate boxes with FI and Timing?
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you need 2 seperate boxes, one as a FI controller and another aftermarket CDI if you want to play with advance curves and such.
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