Mates, stop dreaming, you won't be able to reproduce the smoothness of a good carburetor system
in transitories, specially from idle to very small opening.
Think there is a potentiometer on the buttefly shaft, whose job is to detect the imperceptible
throttle opening change you want to apply when cornering in the streets or what ever.
When detected, the change info is sent to the ECU, which (tries to) sends appropriate information
to injectors, to add a small amount of gasoline, intended to match the exact amount of air the butterfly
allowed to enter a few milliseconds ago, at the beginning of the processus.
This chain of actions cannot be as efficient as ready-to-go A/F mixture produced by a carburetor system,
only waiting for the throttle opening to jump in and smoothly increase idle speed at time of reacceleration
It is like comparing analogic and digital.
Fuel injection needs a slight change in the way we ride the bike. Smooth transition does not exist any more.
Just open the throttle, and accept that there is a slack or a little shock in transmission.
As a compensation to that problem, FI will bring you outstanding improvements : very good mpg, cold start management,
auto adaptation of AF ratio when leaving plains to climb mountains, short term and long term trims, etc ...