# jetting conversion chart/graph

Does anyone have a link to a good altitude jetting conversion chart or graph. Thanks

It works out to roughly 1% smaller jet for each 1200-1300 feet of altitude increase for increases of 3000 feet or less, 1% for each 1100 after that.

thanks

Ok, I looked at the formula and I think the * = times, but what does the ^ mean?. thanks

Ok, I looked at the formula and I think the * = times, but what does the ^ mean?. thanks
"to the * power". Indicates that the following number is an exponent of the preceding. Example: 10^6 = 10 "to the 6th", or 1,000,000

new Math lol, thanks

new Math lol, thanks
It's not new at all. The use of the "up arrowhead", or caret, is a long standing conventional substitute for superscript numbering in situations where programming does not support the latter. Not everyone's computer will recognize a superscript character code, and there's no way to utilize it to enter exponents in programs like Excel other than to use the "^"

Merge racing has a spreadsheet, don't know how accurate it is. Calculate air density then plug in a known setup that works for your bike, should get you close