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Roger Miller

So looking through my notes – Laguna air is often between 500′ and 1000′ relative air density.   And we have run 182, 180 and 178 – 182 for around 500 and 178 at 1000 and higher.  Again – I am always checking plug color and EGT behavior and adjusting around that.  Laguna is also not very much on long straightaways.  For same air, at places like Thunderhill and Sonoma, I stay on the richer side as the long WFO sections need the fuel.

I don’t have access to the kart to verify the pilot, but I believe we have a 60 in there and the needle I don’t remember either – but there is pretty much just one needle all the road racers use.  This is all on a PWM, without airbox.