I emailed you about this, and you said to post on the forum to try to fix this.
In short, when riding the Kickr Climb “lags” on inclines - in that it might go as follows:
Imagine a route with varying incline over say 300m:
50m : 0% - No Climb Variance
100m : 1% - No Climb Variance
150m : 0% - No Climb Variance
200m : 2% - No Climb Variance
250m : 7% - No Climb Variance
300m : 10% - A sudden lurch to 7% or 10%, with no previous variation over the first 0-250m. My ride will suddenly jump about, which is a less than awesome experience.
- Current Firmware on both the Wahoo Kickr & the Climb are up to date
- iOS iPad Pro - again up to date firmware
- App is up to date
- I have performed a spin down calibration
- the accuracy / effort of the Wahoo climb is set to MAX (Ie. It is hardest effort, so therefore should react to all Zwift variances)
Zwift’ s feedback has been:
In regards to your Kickr Climb, you have stated that you have tried updating your firmware, but I’d like to ensure that you have tried to calibrate it.
 After updating your trainer’s firmware it’s important to calibrate it as well. Instructions can be found in our knowledge base article “Configuring a Wahoo Trainer.”
 If you have, and you’re receiving readings that don’t quite add up, it may be due to some signal interference. You can check for potential causes here in this article.
I have done  and  seems really weird. The Wahoo / Screen set up is immediately next to each other, in that the iPad Pro is literally in front of the bike, less that 2m from the rear of the bike (where the Kickr is - obviously). There’s nothing else electrical in the immediate vicinity apart from an Android phone running the Zwift companion app.
Anyone got any experience with this / similar issues before I start going deleting caches et al. I’m pretty underwhelmed given that Kickr & Climb are supposed to be plug & play integrations.