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SnoGoer497 wrote :
And with the lack of the ability to change jetting wihtout a 200.00 chip, I
really can't see any benefits of EFI.
I am definately going with a carb for next year
Elec Eng, U of T
1995 KX-250, 1990 KX-125, 1999 ZL-600 EFI
Although small, there is a noticeable weight difference in the 2. The ZR
'feels' a lot lighter. However, I think the extra weight of the triple carries
it over the moguls better.
I like the handling of the triple over the twin.
As far as mileage, they're about the same. Both between 9 and 11 miles a
gallon, depending on the riding. I am running 340 mains in the triple.
Speed, they're close. Yes, the 99's aren't as fast as the previous triples.
But, they more than make up for it in handling and ride. The twin and triple
stay close until about 70, then the triple shows its legs.
Both are great sleds. All in all, after riding both sleds this past year, I
like the triple over the twin.
Terminal doesn't mean the end.....
It's only the beginning.
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