As I understand the carburettors are better and smoother for
on-off throttle transitions and carbies are better for wide
open throttle. In between the FI is better for everything
So there are trade offs - which would you rather have?
A snatchy throttle or smooth throttle? Leant over in the
corner winding it on - I know which one i'd like (not
being a great rider).
Even on the MotoGP bike Kawasaki have developed a combined
FI and Carby solution that combines the advantages of each.
Check out the 'new' invention they made.
I wouldn't be surprised if some modified form of this appeared
on the new bikes.
If you think FI is better for tuning power out of your bike then
get a Gixxer 1000, they've got 150 HP to make you crap your dacks
every time you twist the throttle. They're fuel injected too..
I actually think that Kawasaki is SMART and doesn't like
injected bikes not that they are being lazy or slack bringing
them to market.
'01 ZX6R Blue