Question about 1995 Suzuki Samurai
I want to purchase a Samurai 96 and I have been told this is an injection engine. I want to find out wether this one is better than the other one, carburator system.
Please, let me know the advantages.
Injection is efficient, low maintenence, still runs at steep angles. Stock carb is very complicated to work on, if I had a stock carb with issues I would replace it with a weber. Still, I prefer injected
Posted on Sep 06, 2009
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