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Re: Both of you may want to consider Redline MTL.. (archive)

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Posted by Bob ///M3 on June 16, 2000 at 07:14:05:

In Reply to: Re: Both of you may want to consider Redline MTL.. posted by ///M3 on June 16, 2000 at 01:01:29:

If you are actually talking about the "shifter" meaning the shifter itself and its associated linkage, etc. transmission fluid/oil won't allow it to shift smoother. But using the proper transmission fluid/oil will allow the transmission's syncronizers to spin up and the gears to mesh easier and faster which of course makes shifting smoother.

I use Redline's D4-ATF fluid in the transmission. Shifting is nice and smooth.

I have UUC's EVO Competition Ball-Bearing short shifter with ERK and Delrin Bushings. Shifting is short and quick too.

Bob ///M3


: Sorry for my ignorance... but I dont understand how liquid could make my shifter more smooth. thx

: : : My car's 2nd is hard to get into but the dealer has told me no problems for the past three services...I dunno if they are just waiting for the warranty to run out or what....




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