[VIDEO] Tuning for high altitude | LS Powered Hill Climb Car

With an altitude of 14,000 feet, the atmospheric pressure at Pikes Peak is very low. This means the air is less dense than at sea level, which in turn affects the engine performance.

Adam from Smart EFI talks to us about the tuning changes he is making to suit the change in altitude the Enviate Hypercar encounters in the race to the top of the mountain.

Learn more about the Aerodynamics of this car by watching this Kyle Drives video.

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