Originally Posted by swamp2
They only really had x axis scales labeled with numbers. The y's having much more uncertainty. I did suggest two bets.
1. M-DCT under its fastest shifts will exhibit shift times shorter than 100 ms as defined by the period in a sufficiently accurate accelerometer trace from the initial point of deceleration to the resumption of acceleration (sharp-ish knee after shift).
2. Such acceleration curves will dip substantially less than MT or SMG curves on deceleration and will be capable of exhibiting shifts where the dip in acceleration will not go to negative acceleration values.
I agree with 2 so I won't bet there.
How about the MDCT will take >0.8 seconds to shift (me) and you bet the MDCT will take <0.8 seconds to shift in the fastest setting?