Re: Going down 2000 feet with cbr 900, will it run to lean
The point I was getting at is that if you expect to have a "perfectly" running carbed bike all the time then you'd b constantly adjusting it. Humidity can have just as big of an effect as elevation.....when it's humid out do you tune your bike differently and then back again when the weather changes? I'm sure some guys do, but for most, it's not a real world situation.
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