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They wuz left on the stockshelves gathering dust over 20 years ago! No carburetors anymore-all manufacturers use fuel injection systems, more reliable, more precise, one more instance of electronics trumping mechanical devices.
Interesting sidenote: with fuel injection, the gas pedal is connected to a throttle body on the engine that meters the incoming air into the engine. So the gas pedal became an air pedal- press the pedal down and the throttle body's large butterfly valve opens to let more air in.

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There is no caberator, It is fuel injected,

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