Red Line Shockproof Gear Oil Misc. Parts

Shockproof Gear Oil

Recommended for heavily -loaded racing differentials and transmissions which see shock-loading. ShockProof contains a unique solid dispersion which cushions gear teeth to help prevent tooth breakage and allows the use of lower viscosities. Available as SuperLight, LightWeight, and Heavy grades.

User Reviews (1)

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kickin_81   [Jun 19, 2002]
Model Reviewed: 2000 Impreza RS
Strength:

Smoother shifting; both up and down, will allow the tranny longer life if not driven hard all the time.

Weakness:

Ugly sea green color No other noticed weaknesses

Although the stock fluids weren't that bad, it gave the shifter a notchy feel. I actually used the lightweight shockproof fluid, since the Heavyweight was more focused on tranny grip, not tranny life. My stock tranny has no problems with it, I just wanted a better feel and tranny life. This is a GL-5 oil (the MT-90 fluid is a GL-4). Well, after I put this in, almost instantly, I can feel my shifting feeling smoother. A lot smoother, like a new tranny. It's designed for hard use (occasional street racing/spirited driving). I feel a lot more secure with this stuff in my tranny. And for the record, I have the 75w90ns for my rear differential. I respect all of Redline's products.

Similar Products Used: Redline MT-90 *barf* Stock (no clue what brand they use)
OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
4
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