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Heres a good list of calculators for you tech heads.

http://www.rickwrench.com/bunchofcalculators.html
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nice find thanx
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Damn good post, rep deserved fo' sho'! but I have to spread it out. Thanks!
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Thanks fellas, I thought it might take a load off some of the usual questions, the elevation calculator shows a 180hp bike at sea level loses about 3 hp per every 500 ft, thought that might help some of our buds in the clouds.
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Awesome find!!!! Now I'll know what my real hp #'s are after my dyno on Saturday. I'm sittin' at 4500 ft!!!!
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Good find FAF! Rep sent.
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Awesome find!!!! Now I'll know what my real hp #'s are after my dyno on Saturday. I'm sittin' at 4500 ft!!!!
We trim a lot at Miller , more wing ,less fuel, slower cars , same for Mexico City , engine temps rise about 10F too.
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We trim a lot at Miller , more wing ,less fuel, slower cars , same for Mexico City , engine temps rise about 10F too.
I know exactly what you're talkin' about!!!
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