Ergomo experiments update.

Stuart Lynne is helping me with this one, but while he crunches the numbers for real, here are my eyeball results:

1) Ergomo #1 vs. CT vs. Ptap, MMP5….    282w vs. 280w vs. 292w.

2) Ergomo #2 vs. CT vs. Ptap, MMP4…    238w vs. 236w vs. 249w.

3) Ergomo #3 vs. CT vs. Ptap, MMP4…    276w vs. 265w vs. 272w.

Good enough for nukes and darts, but I’d love to get those Ergomo numbers about 2% above the CT, to account for drivetrain losses. How to do that will depend on what Stuart thinks. He has my K factors for all 3 bb’s, and knows that we can modify those to affect the numbers. He’ll also run overlays to see how linear the relationships are.

Oh, one more thing. The First and Second bikes had Rotor Rings on them. Positions 3 & 4. So what do you think?


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