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Does anyone have any advice for me? I live at 3,000 ft elevation. Do I need to richen or lean my map to get the optimal performance from my PCIII? I realize air is a little thinner up here, so it would make sense that less fuel would be necessary to acheive the correct balance. I want more power from my setup, and maybe this is the wrong way to approach it. I don't know.


I've got AIS block off, PCIII with perfect install/0% throttle position set/ECU settings at 0 front and rear and the RX_Warrior map, Baron's BAK, and samson street sweepers - no baffles.


Does less fuel equal more power at my elevation?
 

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No need to play the air:fuel tango. The injection system gets a reading courtesy of a sensor and auto-adjusts for elevation. There are some problems above 5,000 feet but I haven't heard of any with the Warrior. Mine ran fine over the Rockies.
 
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