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    Bounty Hunter Carlos Thomas's Avatar
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    4,870 Feet (Yamaha FZR)

    I ride/race at sea level primarily. I have never taken my FZR above 1,000 feet in elevation. I am going camping this weekend and I was thinking about bringing my FZR. How is my boat going to act at that elevation? I don't have an AFR meter because I always run at sea level and use Jerry's AFR setup, being that he is in the same type of climate. Let me know your thoughts.

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    Above that 1000 feet,air level are less dense ,
    i would suppose fuel might too rich.

    Would be smart enough if install O2 sensor becuase of you have MoTec installed.

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