Right/Left balance very different

My Right/Left balance from NEO 2T are very different from one leg to the other. Where Vector 3 give me a result of 51/49, the Tacx 2T NEO give me a result of 55/45.

Any suggestion?

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  • If GARMIN VECTOR 3 (not 3S) was calibrated, it's ALWAYS MORE ACCURATE than any trainer because Vector 3 collects data directly from each pedal (Neo collects power data only from cassete moving and calculate approximate left/right balance from torque moment, so this method is always less accurate). Also spider based powermeters (Quarq Dzero, for example) are more accurate than trainer sensors because it closer to legs and there are minimum transmission losses.
    A capacitive left and right detection sensor is useful only for cadence measuring. It's the only thing that provides accurate data on Neo 2/2T trainers (Neo T2800 has virtual cadence).

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  • If GARMIN VECTOR 3 (not 3S) was calibrated, it's ALWAYS MORE ACCURATE than any trainer because Vector 3 collects data directly from each pedal (Neo collects power data only from cassete moving and calculate approximate left/right balance from torque moment, so this method is always less accurate). Also spider based powermeters (Quarq Dzero, for example) are more accurate than trainer sensors because it closer to legs and there are minimum transmission losses.
    A capacitive left and right detection sensor is useful only for cadence measuring. It's the only thing that provides accurate data on Neo 2/2T trainers (Neo T2800 has virtual cadence).

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