But, it could be done, right? :thumbsup:What's wrong with your bike?
"Upgrading" to carburetors will not end up being less of a hassle than properly repairing whatever is wrong with it now.
A wise man once told me, "If it's not easier in the long run.....it's not easier".
Long story short:
If all of the bits to do the conversion were dropped in your lap, and all of those bits were properly tuned for your application, then it might be worthwhile....just for the fun of it.
But that ain't gonna happen.
(Not a carb-hater, by the way. I love carburetors. I just want you to have realistic expectations about how this will go....)
I have to agree. It will not be easier to swap. Not only do you have the expense of the carbs, but you will "potentially" have the following issues to deal with: fuel pressure issues, air intake issues, ECU/wiring harness issues, vacuum issues, cam/timing issues...it really wouldn't be worth it in the long run. A fuel injected engine is just not simply a carbed engined with throttle bodies tossed on in place of carbs.Stay with your injectors.