Just interested to hear what you did to find an efficient, fast position while riding a tt bike? I recently built up a dedicated tt bike and have been experimenting with rail position/ seat height and praying mantis vs. traditional bar position. Besides the extremes, without any real controls it seems futile to find a position this way. Maybe given time it will become a bit more innate.
I'm not really looking for info to help me per se. Rather, I'd like to read about your journey to find the position that you found works best for you. For me, I got fit similar to the road bike (read KOPS knee extension). Have read too many articles about angles. Made endless adjustments and "runs" to see if anything drastic happened. Measured, plumbed, mirrored all to find the more I inquire the more confused I get. I'm left thinking TT fit with no controls has got to be the most hopeless attempt at gaining speed in the biking world.
As Bill O'Reilly would say, "What say you"?