redline tranny oil shockproff

Discussion in 'Oil' started by FAT_BOY_06, Aug 3, 2012.

  1. FAT_BOY_06

    FAT_BOY_06 Member

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    was talking to a guy a work and he had a good question about the redline tranny oil and his question is that if its so thick has anyone noticed a loss it HP or gas miliage beings the engine has to work everything harder. so has anyone noticed a change other then be super smooth and quiet when shifting
     
  2. BUBBIE

    BUBBIE Well-Known Member

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    The Thickness you speak of is there.
    It Lowers metal to metal contact friction between the gears like No Other...

    The rating shows it to be a 75/250 and the Little Loss until warmed is NO problem unless racing, then they use a light weight with shockproof.

    A lot of 1/4 mile racers have shockproof in their tranny's, turning over the rear tire by hand, right before the run,,, Empty it out then do the "one 1/4 mile run empty". Shockproof sticks to every part and no damage is done in the 1/4 mile but the Drag of it is not there..

    Yes, IF you race or do the 1/4 mile and want that fraction of less drag,,, there are solutionss when using the Best... Redline...

    Now that sounded like a commercial. No I have just used their products for years and many HD's.
    I Buy the product just like you BUT like to share the information I feel and know about Redline.

    The little given up by the thickness is WORTH the time to get it luke warm where it doesn't drag much. YES cold it is a little thicker but Lubes the best of any I have seen.

    My Take on it

    signed....BUBBIE