Originally Posted by Clap135
1. Shifting does not maintain the same gs at xxxx rpm as simply pulling through that range.
2. Same goes for boost.
3. You like your data.....that's nice. However making people believe its true is hurting the community.
You just further proved that I'm right.
1. Once you shift, it takes time for the acceleration to build so the acceleration at the same speed in the next gear will be even less than the previous gear.
2. Again, boost will take time to go up to peak so the gs when shifting into the next gear will be less than pulling through the range.
3. Wrong. It's only hurting you.
I don't care what you say, the Gs at the end of first will always be higher than at the same speed in second. I proved it.
Again, prove me wrong with your data.
You can't go with only comparing 1/4 mile times. Shifting times vary.