LONG ROUTE MTB POWER CHECK

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ANGEL T
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LONG ROUTE MTB POWER CHECK

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Hello:
See if you can check if the watts on this route are correct. On the steepest and most rocky climbs, I think it had low watts. Attached screen to check if the data is correct.
The mtb bicycle weighs 12.70 kilograms, with 29'x2.10 wheels and 1.80 bar pressure
I weigh 68.50 kilograms and measure 178 cm.
Thanks and best regards
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ANGEL T
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Re: LONG ROUTE MTB POWER CHECK

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Attached path file, I had forgotten
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Velocomp
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Re: LONG ROUTE MTB POWER CHECK

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I think you're OK.

I picked out a section on a steep climb and used Aerocoach to check things.

http://www.aerocoach.com.au/power-from-speed/
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John Hamann
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Re: LONG ROUTE MTB POWER CHECK

Post by dthom3uk »

Hi John,

I'm in the process for setting up my Powerpod on my mountain bike. Once the calibration ride is done are there any recommended settings that should be altered such as the cda?

Thanks.
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Re: LONG ROUTE MTB POWER CHECK

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Use the Device/Setup Device wizard in Isaac. You shouldn't have to alter anything afterwards.
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Re: LONG ROUTE MTB POWER CHECK

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Please share the settings you use for MTB in Isaac.
Thank you very much
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Re: LONG ROUTE MTB POWER CHECK

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Crr = .007
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Re: LONG ROUTE MTB POWER CHECK

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Thank you.
Although I would like to know all the possible settings that can be selected, what exactly is worth using.
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This is the only setting you need to adjust manually for MTB. All other settings are made in the Isaac Device Setup wizard.
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Re: LONG ROUTE MTB POWER CHECK

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These other settings are of interest to me, I have provided them in a link in another topic, let me enter them here to check if they are correct.
Since August 20, I have been struggling with the right settings, because something still does not work as it should, I have such feelings.
Today, for this reason, I bought a package for the Lite version of the V3 version, I hope it will bring a positive result.
I have deleted all profiles and tomorrow I am going to carry out a calibration drive again, it is a pity that I have not received the key yet, so that the whole ride will be saved.
My presets:

https://photos.app.goo.gl/x6PkYzbkrdcy5DBdA

John.
You're great, thanks for the quick response.
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