Ok so i was wondering if someone car explain this to me. Yesterday i was driving around and decided to see where my rev limiter was. I was able to get my car up to about 7,000 rpm's and thats where it would kick in. I know thats in the red line but doing it once a year wont hurt the car belive me. Well anyways i get a call from some friends and they say there going to the track for freaky friday. So i say what the hell ill go and see if i can get some better times by shifting a little later around 7,000 rpms opposed to the 6,400 that i was shifting the last time i raced it. Well first time down the track in first gear i hit the rev limiter at like approximately 6,750 rpms and was like wtf? All day i was able to go to 7,000. Well i found out that in first its at approx. 6,750 rpms and all the other gears are 7,000 rpms. When i was messing around earlier i never tried it in first gear so i didnt know. Can anyone explain to me why this is. Is it supposed to be like that or is something messed up? I ended up running slower because i bounced of the rev limiter, the next run it started to rain, so i wasted money even going!