Originally Posted by southlight
Maybe I'm completely off but I'm not sure about the 35ms shift in D3. What says you that the shift is completed at the point you were drawing the "end of shift" line, swamp? My understanding is that the shift can't be completed as long as the acceleration is higher than it was before the shift and that's some time longer. In case I'm plain wrong here say it in a nice way please.
Best regards, south
I'll chime in...
I think he picked those points because you can see the g drop (clutch disengaged), then rise(engaged)
but you may be right...the ripples may be the clutch slipping due to slower engagement or the computer adjusting it and the throttle for smoothness...so the actual shift may be much long...when the large cycles end and they settle down to the pre-shift level