I am anxious to get some good objective data about this bike as well.Have been reading on the alternative cruiser site but almost no info re:EFI machines.As to the carberated models overall everyone is real pleased with the occasional minor problem as well as several reports of catastrophic issues.No more so than most bikes I would think.I believe the Koreans have made steady product improvements and advances in QC since the bikes introduction.My main concern is dealer support and parts availability here in the states.My closest dealer is 200+ from me.The EFI appeals to me in that it solves the problem of the bikes previous cold nature and if the hype is correct provides smoother,more linear power throughout its rpm range.The one aspect of EFI that I can see as a problem vs carberated models is an inability to upgrade with power kits,at least until something like a power commander becomes available. As many of these machines as will be sold worldwide, that seems like a reasonable development at sometime in the future.Anyway if someone is reading this who can provide some good performance reviews it would be greatly appreciated.FrankB
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