Elvira - the car
Join Date: Jan 2013
location: DuPage Co. IL
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Try this calculator using different humidity,temp,air pressure etc.
Play around with it using Denver as elevation, 30°F 25% RH, etc, and change the air pressure. This will tell the affect they all have on engine performance,efficiency, etc.
Most cars I believe will adjust for the pressure changes using the MAP (mass air pressure) adjustment, but I don't think that anywhere does the engine accommodate for humidity changes.
This calculator seems to explain all the inputs that may affect what we see.
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