Originally Posted by Cornhusker
So is this about 380/crank? Been trying to figure out the loss since I'm in utah... 4500 ft. I've heard 1% per 1k ft.
I guess a better question is what do most m3 dyno at at sea level on a dynojet.
I saw your other thread and see that you got a precise answer.
You should consider doing your own dyno runs there in Utah. I think that you could use my blending ratio as a rough guide as to what might maximize your power.
Also, your own dyno runs could validate the formulas. The runs will show "unadjusted" and "adjusted" for altitude. The altitude loss makes you sick.