thanks for the reply L.T. Grey,would you know if the 92 wildcat is a good sled or not i have been doing lots of reading on the 92's not much info on them i dont know if thats a bad thing or not.....thx.On a sled that old, I'd go with carbs. EFI does have it's advantages, but there's alot of expensive stuff that can go wrong on a 20 year old sled with EFI. I'm pretty sure that was one of the first years for AC EFI, they've come along way since then.
Carbs have been around forever and are easy and much cheaper to fix if something goes wrong.
thanks for your input RJ so EFI runs off of the battery if the battery becomes low will it still run. thx.I personally would go with EFI over carb.
The EFi engine will use less fuel than the carb version and is much easier to start.
The system is extremely reliable even today. All you really have to do with them is keep a good battery in it and that is all.
I have had my 93 for 7 years and only had to mainly replace the battery and the recoil and mag housing (due to the PO's cob job repair).
thanks for your help jwaldmann89My bud has a 97 Wildcat EFI and he loves it. I would personally go with EFI over carbs every time unless you have some specific reason not to, such as your racing the sled? I have EFI on my R6 and my old bike was carb, needless to say the new bike starts everytime, no need to let it warm up before you can leave the garage and temperature doesn't matter!
It will run, just not well is the battery is not good/fully charged. It goes into "limp mode" and will not rev out over 3000 rpm.thanks for your input RJ so EFI runs off of the battery if the battery becomes low will it still run. thx.