Thanks for posting! Trust me, there is a significant power loss at high elevations. I live at 5,600 feet. When I lived at sea level, truck was awesome! At least fuel injectors compensate, people with carbs, well they are adjusting at various elevations. I physically run at various elevations and your lungs feel it. Especially in Santa Fe 7,500 feet or the Sandia Mountains 10,0000 feet. Your body develops a lot of red blood cells to adjust.
Always remember "Planned obsolescence."
1994 Montero SR 3.5 DOHC, 133,xxx
Fram Ultra/ Snorkel with Pre-filter