Originally Posted by JimVonBaden
Some will dispute this, but miles per issue fuel injection is miles above carbs for lack of issues.
That's not my experience. Post say mid 1980's and a carby is virtually bullet proof in reliability terms if someone hasn't stuffed around with it/them. What does go wrong with them, other than crappy fuel being stuck in.
How can FI be "miles above" something that doesn't have any real problems reliability wise?