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    sea level

    have no idea what the sea level is where i ride. im really flustered about this. im thinking sea level is zero where the water you ride in is conected to an ocean. and the one who ahve higher and lower sea levels are the poeple who ridein lakes. could some one clear this up for me and tell me how to find it or let me know what it is. my zip code is 20646 and i live within 30 minutes of washington, d.c. and im am goign to get into racing soon, when i travel to lets say lake anna(virginia lake) will i ahve to adjust my efi settings if tey are set for new jersey?


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    you are at 193 feet. La Plata, MD 20646

    You can basically tune for sea level being that close.

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    what are you john a human sea level teller haha jk..how did you figure it out? i know you got a website where it tells you..found it topozone.com..just enter your state and city and will tell you


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    http://www.wunderground.com/[u]

    ...or any weather site should be able to give you that data.

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    google earth also....

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    thanks. i was looking all over maps and decided some one prob. could tell me very fast. thanks again

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    thanks. i was looking all over maps and decided some one prob. could tell me very fast. thanks again

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    it took 1.5 seconds.

    i opened up Internet Explorer and typed in "elevation at zip code xxxxx"

    Done. Internet is a wonderful thing sometimes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ABBOTT
    it took 1.5 seconds.

    i opened up Internet Explorer and typed in "elevation at zip code xxxxx"

    Done. Internet is a wonderful thing sometimes.
    John, it took me 2.8 seconds... How you get so quick??? I bet it's all the prn searching. lol

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