I picked up a 2021 JL Rubicon (2-Door) with a 6-spd manual transmission after it sat in a staging area for several weeks. Apparently, there was a Recall (W12 or Y01) that said all JL models like mine needed the fuel injection to be remapped as there were apparently clutch wear issues with the throttle take-off being too aggressive. Well, I think they went too far the other way. Under 2000 rpm, my 3.6L is essentially powerless compared to my 2017 Wrangler with the same configuration. I mean gutless until the revs climb over 2500 rpm. I find it unsatisfactory. It now has 700 miles on it. Any others in this situation?