yeah i figured it was that easy just couldnt figure it out, thanksIt's mathematical, the angle can be almost anything. A ramp travel index (rti) is between 15 to 30 degrees (mainly 20). here's the basic math: The distance traveled up the ramp is measured and is divided by your wheelbase and then multiplied by 1000 to give you your RTI score. the equation is r=d/b*1000
Only if it's fresh from your mom's snatch :flipoff2:
What's the point? A ramp won't tell you how good a rig is on the trail.