There was an "discussion", for lack of a better term, in another post, in another time, far, far, away, and all that jazz.
From what I understood the aircraft power control is designed to prevent operating "over square". Or have I misunderstood the design or how it operates. And I don't want to go on about shock cooling either. Maybe the cracked cylinders should attributed to over pressure from the turbo. I mean you are shoving in more air than would be if normally aspirated.
I digress....and I know...I shouldn't have done it.
The original question or another question still exists. If training is begun in a SR 22 and that is all that is known through training, regardless of the fact that it is not a traditional training aircraft, would the student not learn to adapt to this. It is said that most workers operate better when under pressure and stressed. We have all been there during instrument training and transition to, for example, multi engine instrument or vacuum failure during ILS or LOC approach in a single engine aircraft.
Just a thought. If you lift weights at the gym you start at some given point. Depending on your starting point and how you train determines your results.