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      07-30-2013, 03:33 PM   #1
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DCT D5 WOT shifts @?

Does anyone know concretely what RPM range the DCT transmission on D5 up-shifts at when @ wide open throttle?

I was doing some pulls last night in 2nd gear and it looked to me like the DCT shifts around 8100, or there about with wide open throttle. I know the cluster dial is less than accurate, so does anyone know concretely what RPM the shift happens on in D5

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isn't redline 8250?
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isn't redline 8250?
Owners manual states 8400RPM...
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Mine short shifts 1-2 but takes the remaining at what seems like 8400.
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isn't redline 8250?
your kidding right ?
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your kidding right ?
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that's what I'm seeing

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Mine short shifts 1-2 but takes the remaining at what seems like 8400.
that's what I'm seeing as well, short shift at around 8k in 2nd to 3rd, after that it seems to shift at red line.
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Just had this thought yesterday as I used d5 which is rare for me to use D for any hard acceleration runs but did yesterday and noticed the same thing. Right at 8100 or so and tried multiple times. Last time I use D mode for that
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