May I kindly request to work on a specific and simply data that will make sense to many of the colleagues out here. What really is and should be more interesting for any coach is what can be applied to almost any racer regardless of physical build, skill and weight. The question should really be when, where and how much the forces will change on a skier as the slope will increase the steepness, assuming the turn radius remains the same. It is far easier to overcome gravity on a medium hill than on a steep slope which will cause us to stand longer on the edge within a turn. So would it not be interesting to know at what point in a turn on a specific steepness is the influence of the forces at peak level? How far will it shift when it gets steeper or more flat, or simply does it even change at all?
This data will or should tell you far more about an approach and tight line within the gates and what is faster.
All the percentages on how much the outside ski needs to be weight versus the inside ski and when to change to the next outside ski is really completely situation dependent and just too vague. Besides it changes from skier to skier partially because of difference in skill or simply personal preference.
Thanks for your consideration.