In theory anyway. Speaking of pilot jets, I understand how everything is supposed to work on my old R1. I am totally down with modern fuel injection, too, but there is a certain satisfaction in knowing I still have an application, sitting in the garage, for all the otherwise useless information I retained over the years about how to make carburetors work, and it never involves a laptop. Not that I’ve had to apply any of it since Evan Steel Performance tuned the things to perfection a few years ago. Knock on wood! The absence of any emissions devices helps here, but this thing runs just as crisp as any EFI bike I’ve ever ridden. At least it doesn’t get ridden much, so I don’t have to feel like a gross polluter. Speaking of which, how does the new FZ-10 get 30 or so mpg to my old R1’s 40-plus?