I have quite a convoluted set-up but I have a vision of what I’d like to achieve. Ideally, power figures that are identical but not broadcast from my power meter.
The power meter is on the dirty, usually wet bike that I’m not allowed to bring into the house (slapped wrists!)
I have a second bike that’s mainly left on my turbo set-up indoors. I use this for TrainerRoad sessions using a TrainerRoad virtual power curve from a turbo that isn’t currently supported on Zwift but it IS calibrated with the power meter on my outdoor bike.
Surely Zswift being fed the broadcast calibrated virtual power from TrainerRoad is getting an accurate representation of my true power output based off my weight which is 134lbs.
My aim is to create my set-up as per the link you posted with TrainerRoad running in horizontal mode. Why would I be suspected of cheating - surely watts are just watts? I’m trying to ensure that my power output is true and consistent so I can train in the correct zones when indoors. If I wanted to cheat, it’d be easier to simply enter a weight of 20lbs into my profile
Or does Zwift use a completely different algorithm which skews other values?