- Dec 28, 2015
Yes it measures the whole of the rod, but only at one loading condition. I can't see why you can't get this?
What's not to understand? That's how the ERN measurement is done and it's an overall measure of the rod's stiffness. If you're now saying that's correct, then fine, we can move on.
I'll chase the goal posts wherever you want to place them. If you now want to introduce differential loading at different sections of rod you're going to have to bring your data. But as far as I know, nobody measures that.
So we're left with subjective opinion. Which is fine, qualitative evidence can quite good with a decent survey, but we don't have any of that either. eg. Does the ONE 'feel' stiffer than the XP? So far we have 4 data points:
1. CCS yes (objective)
2. AndyGrey no (subjective)
3. Lasse Karlsonn yes (subjective)
4. Ohanzee n/a (wants to change the question)
And apart from the CCS, we have no idea how those other conclusions were reached - eg were you all using the same lines?