Carb adjustments for higher altitudes?
What adjustments are there (if any) to our bike's carbs while out touring, to compensate for potential high-elevation (i.e., 4,000+ feet over sea level) fuel/air mixture issues?
In thinking ahead, I gather that the bike would start to run a richer mixture and lose power, as the elevations increase.
I've looked thru the Clymer manual and the owner's manual, and I don't see any.
I'm talking relatively simple adjustments here, that can be made (and then undone) in the field while out on a trip. I realize that turbocharging and computerized fuel injection are the answers to this, in a perfect world.
My bike's fuel/exhaust system is completely stock (and it's an '05 model).
Any suggestions on this, anyone??....