I just bought a '10 XLT regular cab 2.3-liter/5-speed (took me a while to find it!). I like it a lot, but the only thing that's annoying me is the rev hang -- how slowly the revs drop when shifting. It makes it hard to shift quickly and smoothly since it doesn't want to go into the next gear until the revs drop down to where they're supposed to be.
Is this common in all of them, or just the newest ones? I searched a bit but couldn't find any information out on the net. I know lots of newer Hondas and Hyundais are having the same issue and that they've been doing ECU reflashes to reduce it a bit. But since it is to reduce emissions I doubt they will put it back to "normal" where the revs drop quickly between gears.
Any ideas? Or is this normal and I just need to get used to the differences in the truck transmission compared to the slick-shifting Honda 5-speed I had before?