Play, it makes life fun
Some say the carbed bikes were a tad quicker on getting going. Me, I love fuel injection. Less problems with storage because the gas is not open to evaporate as it is in a carb. Also when changing elevations the FI leans itself as needed and you just keep on going. I learned in the early 90's that fuel injection was wonderful when going anywhere near the mountains. I have heard that some of the early 99's were still carbed. But that was the first year for fuel injection. Don't let color slow you down from buying a color you don't like because there is a thread on here where you can get all new plastics and enough paint to repaint your tank and it is quality fitting plastics for $410 shipped. If I remember correctly it was Ultra_suppliers.com or something like that and I think it was DaveJB who posted the thread. MapleXX bought some and said they were great. You just have to put the heat shield on the inner fairings. Beestoy would most likely know too. If you have great looking Glory Red panels that need a new home in the future... Well, I'll adopt them!I appreciate the offer. It’s on my long list however, that price seems sky high compared to another ‘98 I found through face book about an hour and a half away. About the same miles and $1200 less.
This particular one....who does this to levers???
On another note. Aren’t the ‘98 models the last of the carburetors and ‘99+ were all fuel injected? I’m starting to lean toward Fi only after talking to a couple riders in my area and their recommendations related to taking bikes over the pass. Going from 300’ to 3,000’ and back down allegedly is something to consider. I haven’t ridden since I moved here from flat land.
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