@Michael Pickett posted:
...0-5000 ft without a hitch...first outing up the volcano with barometric compensation...
Well Mike, that was easy enough.
When we go up to Tahoe (6000 ft, 7000 briefly over the passes on the way there), I do lose some power and idle drops about 200 rpm, but basically it runs OK.
If we're going to be up there a few days, I'll take a minute or two to tweak the 'mixture' screws, and set them back when we get home. All things considered, I'll probably keep doing that.
It's a nostalgic reminder of how life used to be in an analog world.
Besides, it's comforting to know that the car needs me.