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Old 01-25-2010, 11:19 PM   #1
kickniteasy
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Location: C-Springs, CO
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2013 STI
2002 Forester

Default AP at high altitude?

Was looking into this so I could "tune as I go" and not have to pay for tune after every mod. I'm in Colorado Springs, CO and am concerned about the altitude affecting the maps provided. It seems like a waste if the maps won't have the same gains at altitude and could actually hurt things. Is there a high altitude map? Thoughts on this?
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