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Is a 1998 Suzuki Gsxr 600 fuel injected or is there a Carburetor?

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Old 03-06-2009   #1
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Default Is a 1998 Suzuki Gsxr 600 fuel injected or is there a Carburetor?

Is it possible to have both, cause when I turn it on you can hear something in the gas tank going that sounds like a fuel injector? ------
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2001 was the first year Suzuki made fuel injection. If you have a different motor in your 98 then you may have injection. You will for sure see the difference though! take care. keep your feet on the pegs and nose off the glass!
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