Thanks for reposting the transcript and the orders from the appellate division. I wouldn't sweat this too much. It sounds like the judges are saying that you followed the correct procedure, but you made your request too soon. 8.921(b)(1) says that:
Within 10 days after the last respondent's brief is filed or could be filed under rule 8.927, if the appellant wants the appellate division to consider any original exhibits that were admitted in evidence, refused, or lodged, the appellant must serve and file a notice in the trial court designating such exhibits.
If you take a quick look at 8.927, it reads:
(a) Time to file briefs
(1)The appellant must serve and file an appellant's opening brief within 30 days after the record is filed in the appellate division.
(2)Any respondent's brief must be served and filed within 30 days after the appellant files its opening brief.
(3)Any appellant's reply brief must be served and filed within 20 days after the respondent files its brief.
(4)No other brief may be filed except with the permission of the presiding judge.
(5)Instead of filing a brief, or as part of its brief, a party may join in a brief or adopt by reference all or part of a brief in the same or a related appeal.
In infraction appeal, the appellant, you, gets to file an opening brief and a rebuttal which is the reply brief. The respondent, who is the prosecutor, only gets to file a single brief. Any further rebuttal will have to wait until oral argument, if the court chooses to hold one. This means that the time to file your request to include the exhibits would be as soon as you receive a copy of the respondent's brief, or 30 days after you file your opening brief, whichever comes first.
In addition to the speed survey, I would request that the laser/radar calibration records be transmitted to the appellate division. You objected to the this evidence, and in my opinion, these were inadmissible business records. Since you want the court to evaluate this objection, and overrule the trial court, it would make sense to ask that this information be transmitted too.