What is EFI technology?
For - Higher Power output, Lower emissions
How EFi Works?
Electronic Fuel Injection Technology replaces the conventional carburetor with an injector for supplying fuel to the engine. Since the injection is controlled electronically by an ECU, it enhances the combustion of the engine. It also helps in better mileage, higher power output and lowers the emissions.
The Royal Enfield's (http://royalenfield.com/motorcycles/) Bullet Classic 500 and Continental GT bikes have Electronic Fuel Injection system. Recently, Yamaha has also introduced fuel injection on its FZS-FI & Fazer-FI bikes. In 2007, Bujaj Pulsar 220 DTS-Fi was also launched in Indian market with Electronic Fuel Injection technology but was later discontinued.
Furthermore, the KTM uses an advanced Direct Injection method. All the KTM bikes - Duke 200, 390 and RC 200 & 390 use direct injection which also increases power output. Additionally, it improves mileage and reduces the emissions.
Following are some of the EFI Bikes in India:
- KTM Duke 200 & 390 (Direct Injection)
- KTM RC 200 & 390 (Direct Injection)
- RE Bullet Classic 500
- RE Continental GT
- Yamaha FZS-FI
- Yamaha Fazer-FI
- Hero Glamour PGM-FI
- Hero Karizma ZMR