Originally Posted by T Bone
The software has been around for years so I imagine they have an extensive trial-and-error system couple with some good models.
For example, I emailed the author about the M6 model when I plugged in the numbers and it didn't work out. He suggested playing with the shift times and bang the new numbers were consistent with real world observations. And the parameter adjustments were not unreasonable (for example, in my case, I had my shift times at 0.08 instead of the 0.5 seconds for manual shifting.
thanks. it sounds like you and swamp find it accurate enough to spend time with it. i'll order a licence.