Hey guys, really enjoying the '95. It's all the difference in the world from the '84. It's like going from a, well... an '84 to a '95. Anyway, I've noticed something when I mash the accelerator pedal, in maybe 3rd and 4th gear. It "over-revs", if that's the correct term. Sort of like a car does when the clutch slips. You know, when the accelerator is applied and the engine revs up, but you don't really gain any speed. The car doesn't really lurch forward, but the engine revs a little, then you sorta have to back off and let it catch back up. Usually means a clutch replacement is on the horizon. Well, it doesn't really act that way, but if I'm in 3rd or 4th and want to blast by that Mustang (pretty much the slowest car ever made), when I mash the accelerator quickly, the car picks up, but then the engine sort of revs up. If I back off, it'll "catch up" and if I don't try to slam the accelerator to the floor, but sort of gently and evenly depress it, the car does take off with no "over-revving" at all. It will take off like a scalded dog. Now, I know it's NOT a slipping clutch. I have owned manual transmission cars all my life (and I'm pretty old). I've experienced bad slave cylinders, worn clutch plates, bad hydraulic lines, etc... so I'm familiar with clutch problems. This is not a slipping clutch. Anyone ever experience this before? Does it have something to do with the '95s (or really just later models)? Did they add something. I know it's not a rev limiter, 'cause the car DOES seem to over rev. Well "over rev" may not be the correct term. It doesn't red line, just revs up.