wrong. i have an 07 and my vin # fell under the recall. its all 06's + newer 07's. check VIN with honda or the recall notice to find out.there was actually a recall for the 06s' for the rev hang. It was also fixed on the 07's but rev hang is still slightly there not as much as it was on the 06...but yeah your gonna have to live with it, or try turning your a/c on, of if you pay 600 for hondata reflash, intake, exhaust, those things may help minimize the rev hang a little.
I have always thought the same thing. That way it holds revs going into the next gear. On my 08 it has rev hang when you push in the clutch. It will usually hold revs for almost a second after depressing the clutch. In normal driving though I never even notice it when I change gears. The revs drop normally as they should. I only notice it if I am coming to a stop, depress the clutch, and put it in neutral. Even then it never bothers me. I don't know if it is not that bad on 08 compared to other years, but it isn't an issue with me.what!!! i tought it was the best thing to have that rev hang that way you loose less RPM when shifting fast i mean my FA5 does it all the time and i love it
dude! i totally agree with you! it really helps you when in engaged in "spirited driving". my cousin, who is a honda tech at a socal dealership, told me that its just engine momentum, and that its a function designed to help you accelarate out of corners. lets just face it, it happens to every si and until honda decides to make a major recall, live with it.what!!! i tought it was the best thing to have that rev hang that way you loose less RPM when shifting fast i mean my FA5 does it all the time and i love it