Blockquote[quote=“gsisteveg, post:7, topic:13357”]In your mind, the limiters
- inaccurate power data in certain ranges 2) inability to adapt to certain frame types. Thanks Again for the Input
Digging a little deeper - I’ve found that doing high wattage / short intervals is challenging with using a single sided PM because it’s effectively only measuring one leg, so I’m realizing that I’m accomodating my riding style so that I hit those numbers on TR. in other words, when I hit it harder with my right leg, the wattage might even decrease because the meter is only measuring left side power. Obvious solution is to run a dual side meter however a lot of mountain and gravel frames have crazy clearance issues that won’t allow the Stages (for example) to clear the chain stays.
I just purchased a set of really nice eeWings/stages (thought was that I wouldn’t have to replace for a very long time) only to find that the Stages unit smashes into the chain stays.
So the internal spindle based meter is great for that issue, but the trade off is single sided power only. For now. Hope that was clear, cool thread!