I've done that trip (in reverse) from Huntsviol AL ( 300ft) to SLC, UT (6,000ft)
Same roads only I did it in winter...
You may not need to do anything!!
I did not need to touch the SU's - even when passing Medicine Bow NP and
Rawlings (over 10,000ft).. the SU's are a constant depression vacuum
carburettor and did not need altitude compensation...
Unlike my Ex's V8 Jeep Cherokee which barely made it over the 'Hump' and
was down to 2nd gear!!
What a whizz it was coming down the other side from Evanston into SLC --
braking all the way, 18-wheelers almost kissing your butt, and hoping I did not
have to use any of the escape lanes!!!
A trip I still fondly remember ;-))
On 12 Apr 2008 at 12:58, Bill L wrote:
>> heading to missouri we will be leaving from what is essentially
>> SEA LEVEL and headed across the rocky mountains... most of the
>> interstates across WYOMING are at nearly 7000 ft.. its a downhill
>> run to DENVER from I-85!
Dave G. KK7SS
'65 MK III Sprite in Richland, WA
"Two things are infinite, the universe and human stupidity.
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