I run Quaq PMs on the two bikes that I run on the trainer, and I just realized I have been using the wrong calibration procedure at the start of my rides. Instead of having the drive side crank arm down, I have been putting the non-drive side down. Since I’ve been doing this consistently, I don’t think there’s too much of a problem. However, if the difference in the offset values is ~20-40, how much error and in what direction would it be–the numbers a re ~20-40 lower when it’s the drive side crank down.
I also would like to understand how much difference should I expect to see from immediately successive calibrations–presumably very little? I do tend to get very small differences (i.e. 2-4) when I do the unloading crank arm at 6pm technique. However, when using the backpedal technique I can tend to see some larger values. Further, does it matter if I am clipped in when I do the back pedal technique?