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Who knows what the corrected times would be for a track that is 168ft above sea level?

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AEDBRD said:
Who knows what the corrected times would be for a track that is 168ft above sea level?

N Bell
168 ft above sea level.....uh.....that can be rounded to sea level...

now if you were up here in albuquerque (5000ft plus) or in denver (5200 ft plus), then you'd need to find a conversion.


this is what the NHRA says

also found this using the magic 'search' button

finally, there's this here website w/ a little blurb on altitude adjustment.

you dont need it. but if you ever go somewhere else to race, now you know how to convert your times for higher altitude tracks. could come in handy if you run consistent times....and do bracket racing.

hope that helps in some way! :D
 

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Thanks, didnt really feel like using the magic search button (too lazy) I was just curious as to what point that altitude played some part in the combustion process.

N Bell

Happy with low 13's but high 12's would be nice:)
 
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