I think I’d probably get the VO2 “feeling” at 130% if I dialed it up for the entire 30/30 block. What I meant was I didn’t crest above 154bpm (border of zone 2/3 for me) until the final 30s interval where I just jammed it. I didn’t mean to imply that I thought I could sustain 160-170% for 14 30/30 intervals - no way.
To answer your question, I am running my SuperSix on a Cycleops Fluid2 using my Vector 3s. That setup has dictated my cadence a little bit in order to hit goal power. Where I might get more benefit running 110rpm, in order to meet goal power I was running more in the 100-105rpm range. That said, I get my Kickr Core today, so my setup is going to change to where I can better self-select cadence ranges.
I’m not yet sure what trainer setup I’ll use, but it’ll either be powermatch to the vector 3s or if there’s only small difference between the vectors and the Core, I may just run with the Core.