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    DA Correction

    I was just wondering if the figures people get at the track in the US are DA corrected or the raw figure that has been run. How accurate is the DA correction method? Its the only way I can tell if I am keeping up to the pace at my altitude.

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    Every track Ive been to gives you exactly what you just ran,with no correction factor.
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    yes you have to manually apply the DA correction, dragtimes has a function calculator that is bsed off of current climate values vs location. But i am not sure if those entries work for people overseas. Either way there is a formula for this correction and you should apply it since you are running high above sea level.
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by DBFIU Click here to enlarge
    yes you have to manually apply the DA correction, dragtimes has a function calculator that is bsed off of current climate values vs location. But i am not sure if those entries work for people overseas. Either way there is a formula for this correction and you should apply it since you are running high above sea level.
    The numbers seem to be inline performance wise to the people at lower altitude when I do the correction. Hoping not to go to the coast and be let down. Calculator says I am running a 9200 DA

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