PLAYTIME'S OVER BITCHES!!
i agree. DI on an outboard motor on a boat is gonna work more like a car. the revs will go up a little slower and then hold at a steady speed for a while. im guessing that direct injection for a two stroke bike/quad would have to be able to think fast to be contsntly changing the ratio at a rapid pace. im sure that someone has it figured out, just hasn't put it out there yet.I wonder if the DI is being held back because of complications with getting it work at 10,000 rpm. I know DI seems to work well on boats but how will it hold up with the rpm all over the place like on a dirt bike. Does anyone know of Di working on engines with rpm that high? Will it need a multi injector set up to get the proper fuel air mixture?
Alrite I've been teased enough by hybrids why isn't KTM making a smoker quad????