I have a question that is best asked by comparing two scenarios. This is primarily about e-hydros, but may also apply to regular hydros.
You open the throttle all the way, then put it in high, then floor the forward pedal like an on/off switch. The engine RPMs drop, the tractor starts to move, the engine RPMs climb, and eventually you get up to your top speed. This takes place on flat, paved ground.
Same as above, except that you don't floor the pedal, you press it and gradually but quickly move it all the way forward. The tractor accelerates to its top speed a lot faster than in Scenario 1.
What exactly is going on between the engine and the e-hydro transmission that causes the above to happen? In Scenario 1, something is being overwhelmed and forced to play catch up. Is it the engine or the transmission, and what exactly is going on?
Thanks in advance for your help in understanding this.