Since the bike is fuel injected, there's very little you can do that it isn't already doing to adjust for altitude.i just moved up here this week an I rode my 636 up here. I have realized a significant loss of power (my wife says its all in my head) but I have to give it a bit more throttle to get up an go from a stop. Just laying into the throttle I feel the bike put two cyclinders on vacation. I understand higher altitude means less power. My dad told me to use medium grade fuel instead of premium. Is there anything I can do to get the bike to run like it did in Az. Besides move back lol would I have to have my bike tuned? Thoughts?
Air filter an everything was changed the day before I left at Ridenow in Goodyear Az. The trip was about 700 plus miles.How many miles was the trip?
Perhaps you should check your air filter and spark plugs? basically do a tune up and see if it resolves it :O