You would think so, however, I have heard this is easier said than doneWhy 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.
I don't know much about FI but from what I have been reading I feel the same way.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.
Doug, I am 99% sure this is not the case with the Brute Force as JoeDirt mentioned. It is not EFI like in a car where there are O2 sensors on hte exhaust and the EFI computer is "smart" and adjusts for all those things. Granted, you will have nice throttle response and easier starting than a carburetor, but it will not adjust for extremes like opening up the airbox or exhaust. That's why the aftermarket makes EFI controllers for ATVs/UTV's.Fuel injection on the Brute Force (will be the same one for the Teryx) is a nice set up. Very crisp throttle response. Never have to jet for temperature, altitude, opening up the air box, other mods.....
That is what I am thinking will happen too.the latest i have heard is 2010 but i dont know.