If the jets & ignition timing are appropriate, it should handle that range more or less OK. Way back when I was running a carb (2150) and used to go from 1,000' to 12,000' each year, I stopped at my favorite bar at 7,000', advanced the ignition, and swapped to another 2150 I kept pre-jetted for altitude -- just quicker & less smelly than opening up the carb. The first time, when I neglected to do that, it killed the catalytic converter and the rig was making maybe 50 HP while getting about 2 MPG.
360, .030-over, K8600 cam, Crane springs, ported heads, Edelbrock Performer, G.M. TBI, TFI, 3" exhaust,
T-18a/208, D44/AMC 20 w/ limited slip in both, 3.73s, 33s, BDS 4" springs, Rancho 9000 shocks, etc., etc.