ok,RICE RACING wrote:rotorpsi1 wrote:that zonda graph has a bit of a womble driver in it.
the g trace for gearshifts is aweful.you should NEVER reach zero g on a gear shift if your any good,especially when in a supercar. i like to see most peoples g trace on shifts about 1cm or more above the line or better.that zonda could be shifted twice as fast as that im sure of it.
For the benefit of others in any doubt as SOON as drive is disconnected (clutch disengages engine from input shaft of gearbox) the car is not being accelerated any more, speed trace will drop and G force will go negative due to rolling resistance and wind resistance, if you cant measure this then save your pennies and buy some equipment that can,learn how to use it, THEN post your vast experience on the internet
go and get your gear,get in your sp as i have my rough idea of what that should shift in,go and shift the cunt as fast as physically possible,and i mean AS FAST AS POSSIBLE!!!! ( i will know if you have).log the g trace and post the graph up.i am not going to dispute the proof,i have no problems with that,but i am keen to see what the trace really does with the fast reading vbox gear then.
for your car i expect 0.45seconds or less or dont bother posting graphs as your not shifting it fast enough,if u go sub 0.4sec then thats perfect for the test.
get out there shifting and post up the graphs.
regardless ,my original point was that those gershifts ARE NOT fast enough.