Powermeters on spare bikes

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ultimobici said:
Sitting on the roof rack of a team car puts a lot more stress on a bike than you might think. So it's unlikely to be as easy as you suggest. If it was to just be in the team truck, that might be the case.
I still don't see how that's going to change the slope of the power meter. An SRM doesn't change slope calibration just because it's in a truck, or on the roof of a car, or being ridden for that matter.