Anyone know why so many powerplants are using carburetors rather than fuel injection? It's hard to imagine it's for the sake of reliability or weight when I consider the simplicity and durability of many F.I. systems available today. Perhaps it's not a good comparison, but the F.I. on my BMW motorcycle is now 12 years and 100k miles old and is entirely original--hardly "babied" either. It is very lightweight, and has the obvious advantage of adjusting to altitude and other environmental conditions, to say nothing of the vastly superior efficiency over carburetors.